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In this chapter, we’ll discuss fifteen idioms and phrases.

Binati Sheth
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hai sir how prepar telugu medium give the guidances how to follow prilem
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  3. Idioms and Phrases

  4. To be sent to one's account To have final judgement passed on one It's taken from Hamlet. 46.

  5. To square accounts with someone To get even with or retaliate upon Derived from: "Square Accounts" where debit balances credits 47.

  6. Ace The unit of cards or dice from the Latin unit of Weight 48

  7. Within an ace Within a hair's breadth 49

  8. To bate an ace To make an abatement or to give a competitor some start or advantage thus making the combatants more equal 50.

  9. Achilles of England The Duke of Wellington 51

  10. Achilles of Germany Albert, Erector of Brandenburg 52.

  11. Achilles's tutors Phoenix, who taught Achilles the arts of war and rhetoric and Chiron, the Centaur who taught the art of healing 54

  12. To put the acid on Used originally in Australia and New Zealan - it's a request for a loan Now it is known for denoting excessive demands (derived from Acid Test) 56

  13. God's acre A cemetery or churchyard 59. 0

  14. Acre-shot Old name for land tax 60