Idiom and Phrases MCQ-1

Directions (Q. 1-10): In each of the following an idiomatic expression and its four possible meanings are given. Find out the correct meaning of the idiomatic expression. If you do not find any correct answer, mark E, i.e. None of these as your answer.

QuestionNo:1
In apple pie order:

(A) To change for the better
(B) To escape from danger
(C) To make a gain that is legitimate
(D) Perfectly methodical arrangement
(E) None of these

QuestionNo:2
In the blues:

(A) Behave like a lord
(B) Low-spirited
(C) Being colourful
(D) Having many blue things
(E) None of these

QuestionNo:3
To make a long face:

(A) To be short of money
(B) To be friendly with
(C) To look oppressed
(D) To make a gain that is legitimate
(E) None of these

QuestionNo:4
The rank and file:

(A) The ordinary members of a society
(B) Bring about settlement
(C) A fuss over trifles
(D) A secured right
(E) None of these

QuestionNo:5
To lose face:

(A) To gain an advantage over
(B) To wait eagerly for
(C) To fight unfairly
(D) To avoid being an enemy
(E) None of these

QuestionNo:6
In apple pie order:

(A) To change for the better
(B) To escape from danger
(C) To make a gain that is legitimate
(D) Perfectly methodical arrangement
(E) None of these

QuestionNo:7
In the blues:

(A) Behave like a lord
(B) Low-spirited
(C) Being colourful
(D) Having many blue things
(E) None of these

QuestionNo:8
To make a long face:

(A) To be short of money
(B) To be friendly with
(C) To look oppressed
(D) To make a gain that is legitimate
(E) None of these

QuestionNo:9
The rank and file:

(A) The ordinary members of a society
(B) Bring about settlement
(C) A fuss over trifles
(D) A secured right
(E) None of these

QuestionNo:10
To lose face:

(A) To gain an advantage over
(B) To wait eagerly for
(C) To fight unfairly
(D) To avoid being an enemy
(E) None of these