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Appropriate Preposition:

  • Trust with ( বিশ্বাস করা (জিনিস) ) You may trust me with the work.
  • Tolerant of ( সহিষ্ণু ) We must be tolerant of opposition.
  • Pity for ( করুণা ) Have pity for the poor.
  • Abound with ( প্রচুর পরিমাণে থাকা ) The ocean abounds with fish.
  • Rejoice in ( আনন্দ করা ) Every one rejoiced in her success.
  • Pretend to ( ভান করা ) He does not pretend to high birth.

Idioms:

  • Take to one's heels ( ছুটিয়া পালানো ) The thieves took to their heels to see the police.
  • Bone of contention ( বিবাদের বিষয় ) The paternal property is the bone of contention between the two brothers.
  • To the letter ( অক্ষরে অক্ষরে ) He followed my advice to the letter.
  • At one’s wit’s end ( হতবুদ্ধি ) He was at his wit’s end and did not know what to do.
  • A blessing in disguise ( বিপরীতে হিত ; প্রথমে খারাপ হিসেবে মনে হলেও পরবর্তীতে ভালো হয় ) Sam's motorcycle accident was a blessing in disguise because he got enough insurance money.
  • Beggar description ( বর্ণনাতীত ) The beauty of the Taj beggars description.