English Phrase Replacement Questions – New Pattern Day-25

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Directions (1-10): In each of the question given below a/an idiom/phrase is given in bold which is then followed by five options which then tries to decipher its meaning as used in the sentence. Choose the option which gives the meaning of the phrase most appropriately in context of the given sentence.

  1. The authority asked for a few days time to chew the matter over before making a final decision.
  1. organise
  2. think
  3. register
  4. restrict
  5. ignore

 

  1. The little kids were going all agog for Christmas.
  1. ignorant
  2. angry
  3. restless
  4. emotional
  5. alert

 

  1. I am dead on my feet from standing at the bar all night.
  1. cold
  2. jolted
  3. gloomy
  4. sombre
  5. exhausted

 

  1. She is a dead ringer of one of my friends.
  1. identical
  2. acquaintance
  3. enemy
  4. neighbour
  5. nemesis

 

  1. Just hold your horses till we have an official communication.
  1. snub
  2. suffer
  3. tolerate
  4. wait
  5. operate

 

  1. She knows a lot more than she lets on.
  1. contests
  2. reveals
  3. achieves
  4. demands
  5. comforts

 

  1. The boss and I do not always see eye to eye.
  1. imagine
  2. work
  3. agree
  4. love
  5. effort

 

  1. He said he won the lottery, but as it turned out, he was just joshing me.
  1. defending
  2. scolding
  3. enquiring
  4. agreeing
  5. tricking

 

  1. We need to have a meeting this week in order to iron out the distribution problems.
  1. resolve
  2. shut
  3. talk
  4. look
  5. publish

 

  1. She passed out on hearing the news.
  1. extinguished
  2. fainted
  3. eliminated
  4. escaped
  5. assembled

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