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Appropriate Preposition:

  • Deaf to ( শুনতে অনিচ্ছুক ) He is deaf to my request.
  • Laugh at ( বিদ্রুপ করা ) Do not taught at the poor.
  • Dispose of ( বিক্রয় করা ) He disposed of his books.
  • Lame of ( খোঁড়া ) He is lame of one leg.
  • Mourn for ( শোক করা ) Don't mourn for the dead.
  • Wish for ( আকাঙ্খা করা ) I do not wish for name and fame.

Idioms:

  • Hush money ( ঘুষ ) He offered a hush money to suppress the murder.
  • throw dust in ones hands full ( কারো চোখে ধূলো দেওয়া )
  • Widow's mite ( দরিদ্রর ক্ষুদ্র দান ) A widow's mite is no less important than a large contribution of a rich man.
  • To and fro ( এদিন-ওদিক ) Being unable to make up his mind the man is walking to and fro.
  • Man of letters ( পন্ডিত লোক ) Sir Ashutosh Mukherjee was a man of letters.
  • Bag and baggage ( তল্পিতল্পাসহ ) He left the place bag and baggage.