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Appropriate Preposition:

  • Dedicate to ( উৎসর্গ করা ) This book is dedicated to his father.
  • Restore to ( ফিরিয়ে দেওয়া ) Restore his property to him.
  • Annoyed for ( বিরক্ত (কোন কিছু) ) I was annoyed for the music.
  • Displeased at ( অসন্তুষ্ট ) I am displeased with him at his conduct.
  • Slow of ( ধীর ) He is slow of speech. He is slow at figures. He is slow in writing.
  • Disgrace to ( কলঙ্ক ) He is disgrace to his family.

Idioms:

  • a rotten apple ( কোনো একটা দলের সব ভালোর মধ্যে খারাপ বা মন্দটা ) In any group of average citizens there are bound to be a few rotten apples.
  • At dagger drawn ( খড়গহস্ত ) The two brothers are now at daggers drawn.
  • Turn a deaf ear to ( মনোযোগ না দেওয়া ) He turned a deaf ear to my proposal.
  • Beat black and blue ( প্রচন্ড প্রহার করা ; উত্তম-মধ্যম দেওয়া ) They beat the thief black and blue.
  • Book worm ( গ্রন্থকীট ) Don't be a book worm.
  • Bird of a feather ( এক রকম স্বভাবের লোক ) Birds of a feather flock together.