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Hello PG ians Every now-n-then we come across many questions in different Exams related to IDIOMS and its USAGES.... As i couldnt find any proper thread for the same.... I am starting this one where we can collectively study and share many...
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1.To kowtow to

To accept the authority of another
To accept the Slavery of another
To accept the Thralldom of another
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hi guys,

not related to dis thread, but plz tell me how to prepare for GK questions for mba entrance exams other than CAT?

What sources r best for GK (including business awareness, current affairs, and typical questions asked in such exams).

I am a complete zero in GK and can't afford leaving a major chunk of the exam blank.

Thanks in advance.
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posting something after such a loooong time...


as the crow flies : _______
to jump the gun : ________

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Cast the first stone : to be the first to criticize or attack someone

Deep-six (someone or something) :
to get rid of or dispose of someone or something
.: Pain is Temporary, Pride is Forever  :.
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1) to put up your dukes = to prepare to fight
2) wet behind the ears = inexperienced
3) to eat someone's salt = to be someone's guest.

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‪#‎Vocab‬ Meme of the day: A cock and bull story


To know more about this idiom CLICK http://dailyvocab.com/photos/a-cock-and-bull-story/

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1. Call (someone's) bluff
2. Close ranks

.: Pain is Temporary, Pride is Forever  :.
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1) to take(someone) down a peg,
2) to play the race card
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come up/turn up trumps(British & Australian)


to complete an activity successfully or to produce a good result, especially when you were not expected to

Usage notes: In card games, trumps are a set of cards which have been chosen to have the highest value during the game.

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1. Pop your clogs
2. Pop the question


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