EXAMPLE I argued with him for the point.
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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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- in favour of ( পক্ষে ) He spoke in favour of his friend.
- Want of ( অভাব ) We have no want of money.
- Subject to ( শর্তাধীন ) This is subject to approval of the committee.
- Anxious for ( উদ্বিগ্ন ) He is anxious for getting a job.
- Angry for ( রাগান্বিত (কোন কিছু) ) I am angry for something.
- Add to ( যোগ করা ) Add this to that.
- Come off with flying colours ( জয়লাভ করা ) Our School team came off with flying colours.
- host in himself ( একাই একশ )
- breathe out ( নিঃশ্বাস ত্যাগ করা ) At last, he breathed his last breath out, and that was the end.
- Lame excuse ( বাজে গুজব ) This lame excuse will to do.
- ABC ( প্রাথমিক জ্ঞান ) Everybody must know at least the ABC of religion.
- In black and white ( লিখিতভাবে ) Put down the statement in black and white.
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