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Appropriate Preposition:

  • Displeased at ( অসন্তুষ্ট ) I am displeased with him at his conduct.
  • Disgusted with ( বিরক্ত ) I am disgusted with him at his conduct.
  • Apply to ( আবেদন করা (ব্যক্তি) ) He applied to he Secretary for the post.
  • Difference between ( পার্থক্য ) There is no difference between the two brothers.
  • Relevant to ( প্রাসঙ্গিক ) Your remark is not relevant to the point.
  • Listen to ( শোনা ) Listen to the news on the radio.

Idioms:

  • hold your horses ( সবুর করা ; ধৈর্য ধরা ) Hold your horses in trouble, you will get your reward.
  • Up and downs ( উন্থানপতন ) There are ups and downs in a man's life.
  • Hush money ( ঘুষ ) He offered a hush money to suppress the murder.
  • Cats and dogs ( মূষল ধারে ) It was raining cats and dogs.
  • set a naught ( কলা দেখানো )
  • At all ( আদৌ ) He does not know French at all.