Idiom-Phrase

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Fling away
To have an affair
no
To flare up
no
To throw aside violently
yes
To swing
no
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Don't mix with the bad hats.
People with bad hats
no
People of bad character
yes
People selling bad hats
no
People of poor status
no
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He looked blank when he was informed about his dismissal.
Was puzzled and surprised
no
Was without any emotion
yes
Was unhappy
no
Was uninterested
no
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The thief passed himself off as a ticket examiner.
Was regarded
no
Described himself
no
Deceived everyone
no
Disguised himself
yes
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His pronunciation was so bad and his voice so low that the speech he made was all Greek to me.
Inaudible
no
Strange
no
Uninteresting
no
Incomprehensible
yes
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The boys cried with one voice that the examination should be postponed.
Unanimously
yes
Loudly
no
Strongly
no
Vehemently
no
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The poor man moved from pillar to post to get money.
Went to money lender
no
Went to post
no
Went to pillars
no
Tried his best
yes
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Dark horse
A notorious criminal
no
An extremely rich person
no
An extremely corrupt person
no
An unexpected winner
yes
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Ins and outs
Entrances and exits
no
Details and complexities
yes
Passages and pathways
no
Rules and regulations
no
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Hard work pays in the long run.
Always
no
Over a period of time
yes
Indefinitely
no
Never
no
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