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Very vs MuchCommonly Confused Words
Very is preceded by Adjective’s positive degree. Much is preceded by comparative degree and past participle.
So vs VeryCommonly Confused Words
So means ‘to a great extent or degree.’ Very emphasizes the degree of something that belongs to or is part of a particular person or thing.
Scarcely vs RarelyCommonly Confused Words
Scarcely means ‘almost nothing’ or ‘almost not’. Rarely means ‘almost never’.
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- Satisfaction in ( সন্তোষ ) I find satisfaction in gardening. Great was his satisfaction with her result.
- Indebted to ( ঋণী ; কৃতজ্ঞ ) I am indebted to him for this help.
- Desire for ( ইচ্ছা ) He has no desire for fame.
- Need of ( প্রয়োজনীয় ) I am in need of more money.
- Accused of ( অভিযুক্ত ) He is accused of corruption.
- Ashamed of ( লজ্জিত ) He is not ashamed of his conduct.
- For good ( চিরকালের জন্য ) He left the country for good.
- To the contrary ( কাহারও বক্তব্যের বিপক্ষে ) In the court he said nothing to the contrary.
- At once finger ends ( নখদর্পণে ) All these facts are at his finger ends.
- Above board ( সংশয়হীন ভাবে নির্দোষ ) His activities are open and above board.
- pulling your leg ( কৌতক করা ) Do not take it seriously, i was just pulling you leg
- clever hit ( কথার মতন কথা )
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