Important Idioms and phrases for Banking exam: 20th July 2019

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


Off and on
Meaning: Occassionaly
usage: We’ve been going out together for five years, off and on.

Going Places
Meaning: Talented and successful
Usage: We have every reason to expect him to go places in business.

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Go through Fire and water
Meaning: Take any risk
Usage:  They were always ready to go through fire and water for the sake of their friends.


Spilling the beans
Meaning: Revealing the information indiscreetly
Usage: Trust her to spill the beans, she never could keep a secret.


On the verge of
Meaning: on the brink of
Usage: He gave a broad hint that he was on the verge of leaving.


A bolt from the blue
Meaning: Something unexpected and unpleasant
Usage: Even so, the dismissal should never come as a bolt from the blue, however, exalted your place in the corporate hierarchy.


A sore point
Meaning: something that hurts
Usage: Whatever you do, don’t mention his ex-wife—his divorce is really a sore point with him.


To keep under wraps
Meaning: secret
Usage: Keep this under wraps for now, but Greg is definitely the one getting the promotion


Fair- weather friend
Meaning: A friend that desserts in difficulty
Usage: someone who is a friend only when things are going right and leaves you when you face trouble


Emerge out of thin air
Meaning: Appear suddenly
Usage: For his final trick, the magician pulled a bouquet of flowers out of thin air.