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Q. To make clean breast of ________?
A.
To gain prominence
B.
To praise oneself
C.
To confess without of reserve
D.
To destroy before it blooms


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Q. “Hornet’s nest” means:___________?
A.
A bee’s house
B.
A violent situation
C.
A good situation
D.
A dangerous place


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Q. “Never-never land” means:_____________?
A.
An ideal pace
B.
Dream land
C.
A worthless place
D.
A useless situation


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Q. “Cap it all” means:____________?
A.
To cover everything
B.
To seize everything
C.
To occur
D.
To finish


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Q. Pull your socks up:
A.
To get ready
B.
To finish
C.
To start
D.
To improve


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Q. “Beating a dead horse” means ________?
A.
To uselessly dwell on a subject far beyond its point of resolution
B.
An obvious, pressing issue left unaddressed due to its sensitive nature.
C.
To speak the truth, even to the point of being blunt and rude
D.
To work late into the night, alluding to the time before electric lighting


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Q. “Best of both worlds” means ________?
A.
A phrase implying that a person is never satisfied with their current situation; they think others have it better
B.
People’s intentions can be judged better by what they do than by what they say
C.
A situation wherein someone has the privilege of enjoying two different opportunities
D.
Just the information I have on the subject


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Q. “Bird Brain” means _____?
A.
A person that is not too smart; a person that acts stupid
B.
A person that is too smart; a person that acts Sharp
C.
A person that is too lazy; a person that acts dull
D.
A person that too angry; a person that acts hastly


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Q. “Chew the fat” means __________?
A.
To action a task; to initiate work
B.
To become silent; to stop talking
C.
To take offense; to get worked up, aggravated, or annoyed
D.
To chat idly or generally waste time talking


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Q. “Drop a dime” means ________?
A.
To be an informant
B.
Almost free. Very cheap
C.
To stop something at an early stage
D.
To leave


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