Idiom-based questions form an essential part of verbal section in a number of MBA entrance, government and bank exams.
An idiom is a phrase or an expression that has a figurative or literal meaning. These do not convey the exact meaning of the words but are an expression of a hidden meaning. The number of idioms runs into hundreds and idioms can be arbitrary. It is a challenge to master this topic but with the help of this article series, the attempt is to provide you a ready-made list of idioms that you can learn and memorize.
Each article carries 5 idiomatic usages (accompanied by correct and incorrect usage examples). For some idioms, the meanings are provided; others are self-explanatory in nature and the meaning has not been given for these idioms.
List of Idioms
Vocabulary Preparation Series