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To make up one’s mind ; To decide 20. To see eye to eye with ; Agree 100 Important Idioms www.Facebook.com/GratisCareerAssistance 21. To play ducks and drakes ; Waste 22. To put the cart before the hors ; To do a thing in a wrong way 23. To have too many irons in the fire ; To have too many things in hand 24. To read b/w the lines ; To try to understand the hidden meaning 25. To turn over a new leaf ; To change for the better 26. To take the bull by horns; To face difficulties boldly 27. To win laurels ; To distinguish oneself 28. At daggers drawn ; At enmity or fighting 29. Blake and white ; Written 30. By leaps and bounds ; Very fast 100 Important Idioms www.Facebook.com/GratisCareerAssistance 31. In cold blood ; deliberately 32. Laid up with ; Confined to bed 33. Ins and outs ; Full details 34. A black sheep ; Scoundrel; a bad person 35. A cock and bull story ; An absurd tale 36. A gala day ; A day of festivity; a holiday with rejoicing 37. A hard nut to crack ; A difficult person or problem to deal with 38. A turn coat ; One who changes one’s opinion or party 39. A fool’s paradise ; In a state of happiness founded on vain hopes 40. Beat a retreat ; To retire before the enemy 100 Important Idioms www.Facebook.com/GratisCareerAssistance 41. To be on the horns of a dilemma; To have a choice b/w two equal evils 42. To beat about the bush ; Approach a subject in a round about method 43. Bury the hatchet ; To make peace 44. By fits and starts ; Irregularly 45. Capital punishment ; Death sentence 46. By hook or by crook ; By fair or foul means 47. Eat humble pie ; To face humiliation 48. Hit below the belt ; To act unfairly 49. In apple pie order ; In perfect order 50. Leave one in lurch ; To desert in difficulty 100 Important Idioms www.Facebook.com/GratisCareerAssistance 51. To make a clean breast of ; To confess fully one’s faults 52. To nip the evil in the bud ; To destroy an evil in early stage 53. Pick holes in another’s coat ; To find fault with another 54. Scot free ; To go unpunished 55. Smell a rat ; To have a reason to suspect 56. Through thick and thin ; Through every difficulty 57. True to one’s salt ; Faithful to one’s master 58. To turn the corner ; To begin to improve 59. With a grain of salt ; To accept a statement with doubt as to its complete true 60. Worship the rising sun ; To respect one rising in power 100 Important Idioms www.Facebook.com/GratisCareerAssistance 61. A Herculean task ; An extremely difficult or dangerous task 62. A fish out of water ; In a wrong place 63. A leap in the dark ; An act of which we can’t force consequences 64. A thorn in one’s side ; A constant source of annoyance 65. To be at one’s beck and call ; Under one’s absolute control 66. Bread and Butter ; Means of subsistence 67. Burn one’s fingers ; To get into trouble 68. Burn the candle at both ends; Use up too much energy 69. To cut the Gordian knot ; To solve the difficulty 70. 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Read b/w the lines ; To hit at the real meaning 86. Sit on the fence ; To avoid taking sides; to remain neutral 87. A square deal ; Justice 88. Sword of Damocles ; Treating danger 89. To take up the gauntlet ; To accept the challenge 90. To eat one’s heart out ; To suffer silently, bitterly 100 Important Idioms www.Facebook.com/GratisCareerAssistance 91. B/t the devil and the deep sea ; B/w two dangers equally harmful 92. A sweet tooth ; A liking for sweetmeat 93. A dark horse ; An unknown person 94. A bottleneck ; Anything that cause delays 95. To put one’s foot down ; To show determination 96. A wet blanket ; A grumbling, depressing person 97. To throw up the sponge ; To acknowledge defeat 98. A feather in one’s cap ; Something to be proud of 99. A red letter day ; An auspicious day 100. Bag and baggage ; With all one’s belongings Click here for complete MCQs preparation KIT