Idiom-Phrase

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Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of underlined Idiom/Phrase.

A man of straw
A man of no substance
yes
A very active person
no
A worthy fellow
no
An unreasonable person
no
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"Don't try to throw dust into my eyes. You will not succeed."
You should not try to blind me with dust.
no
I know how to protect my eyes.
no
I will not let you blind me with dust.
no
Don't try to mislead or confuse me.
yes
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He broke down when he heard the news of his son's death.
Resigned his job
no
Ceased to smile
no
Stopped working
no
Wept bitterly
yes
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Try to make do with what you have.
Create
no
Do
no
Produce
no
Manage
yes
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He chickened out when he confronted opposition.
Ate chicken
no
Released chicken
no
Hatched eggs
no
Withdrew
yes
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The personality development class started with an ice breaking session.
Having breakfast
no
Starting conversation
yes
Introducing chief guest
no
Making speeches
no
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Stick by
To adhere closely
yes
Stand by someone
no
To paste
no
To pass by
no
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To strike oil
To have found an oil well
no
To have lucky success
yes
To have a close escape
no
To be unsuccessful
no
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To feather one's nest
To build one's house
no
To enrich oneself when opportunity knocks
yes
To harbour ill-feelings
no
To acquire something in abundance
no
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To get one's back up
To become irritated
yes
To sit straight
no
To act proud
no
To give support
no
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