Idiom-Phrase

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I felt a fish out of water among the students.
Special
no
Happy
no
Proud
no
Uncomfortable
yes
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To bite the dust
Eat roots
no
Eat voraciously
no
Have nothing to eat
no
To be defeated
yes
None of the above
no
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The police smelt the rat behind the death of the girl.
Got very much confused
no
Identified the cause of death
no
Suspected that something is fishy
yes
Jumped to the conclusion
no
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To open a can of worms
To hide somebody’s secret
no
To reveal somebody’s secret
no
To release a host of unseen problems
yes
To provide food for thought
no
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To have feet of clay
To hide a good quality that a person may be possessing
no
To wear footwear made of clay
no
Fault or weakness’s in one’s character
yes
To own a clay shop
no
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To be all at sea
A family voyage
no
A string of islands
no
In the middle of the ocean
no
Lost and confused
yes
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Cold comfort
Absurdity
no
Deception
no
Foolish proposal
no
Slight satisfaction
yes
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A bolt from the blue
A delayed event
no
An unexpected event
yes
An unpleasant event
no
An inexplicable event
no
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