Important Idioms and phrases for Banking exam: 21st July 2019

Important Idioms and phrases for Banking exam: 21st July 2019

Heads will roll
Meaning: Transfer will take place
Usage:  heads will roll after seeing the company’s performance at the last of the financial year.

Get the sack
Meaning: dismissed from
Usage:  I’ll get the sack if I arrive at the office late this week!

Set the record straight
Meaning:  Give the correct account
Usage: we will continue in our efforts to set the record straight.

Laying off
Meaning:  Dismissal from jobs
Usage: Director is laying off many employees for the loss to the company due to their irresponsible behavior.

Went to the winds
Meaning:  to be utterly lost
Usage: I went to the winds when I saw the beauty of nature.

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Sharp practices
Meaning: dishonest means
Usage: police is aware of the sharp practices of the thief. He will be caught soon.

In high spirits
Meaning:  Full of hope and enthusiasm
Usage: Shivali is in high spirits for her upcoming exams

Shake in shoes
Meaning:  Tremble in fear
Usage: That poor kid is shaking in his shoes up there on stage.

Take with a grain of salt
Meaning: To listen to something with considerable doubt
Usage: I’ll take anything he says with a grain of salt. He has a habit of exaggerating things.

An axe to grind
Meaning: To serve a private interest
Usage: Sahil has an axe to grind for helping Mohan in his studies.