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Q. To get into hot water
A.
To be impatient
B.
To suffer a huge financial loss
C.
To get into trouble
D.
To be in a confused state of mind


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Q. To be rolling in money
A.
Wasting a lot of money
B.
Very rich
C.
Borrowing money liberally
D.
Spending more than his income


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Q. To throw dust in one's eyes
A.
To show false things
B.
To make blind
C.
To harm someone
D.
To decive


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Q. A lady's man
A.
A woman-tailors
B.
A lovers of women company
C.
A man working as per a lady's directions
D.
A timid husband


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Q. To wash One's dirty linen in public
A.
To criticise one's nature in public
B.
To quarrel in the open
C.
To do some ugly work in public
D.
To discuss dirty and scandalous matters of personal nature in the presence of strangers


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Q. To split hours
A.
To sidetrack the issue
B.
To quarrel over trifles
C.
To indulge in over refined arguments
D.
To find fault with others


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Q. To save one's face
A.
To hide oneself
B.
To oppose
C.
To evade disgrace
D.
To say plainly


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Q. To turn up one's nose at thing
A.
To show eagerness to have some thing
B.
To show indifference
C.
To treat it with contemptuous dislike or disgust
D.
To start to grapple with it


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Q. To be at daggers drawn
A.
To be frightened
B.
To be ready to face danger
C.
To threaten one
D.
To be bitter enemy


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Q. To talk through one's hat
A.
To talk loudly
B.
To talk Nonsense
C.
To talk Wisdom
D.
To speak at random
E.
To speak fluently


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