"I was reading the dictionary. I thought
it was a poem about everything."
                     --Steven Wright

Appropriate Preposition:

  • Disgrace to ( কলঙ্ক ) He is disgrace to his family.
  • Difference between ( পার্থক্য ) There is no difference between the two brothers.
  • Taste for ( রুচি ) She has no taste for music.
  • Callous to ( উদাসীন ) He is callous to my suffering.
  • Ashamed for ( লজ্জিত ) I feel ashamed for you.
  • Prompt at ( চটপটে (ব্যক্তিত্ব) ) He is prompt at figures.

Idioms:

  • Out of the wood ( বিপদমুক্ত ) He is not yet out of the wood.
  • Flesh and blood ( রক্তমাংসের শরীর ) Flesh and blood cannot bear with such insults.
  • At one’s wit’s end ( হতবুদ্ধি ) He was at his wit’s end and did not know what to do.
  • At large ( স্বাধীন ) The anti-socials are still at large.
  • under the weather ( ভাল না ; অসুস্থ ) I've been feeling under the weather
  • be bad at ( দক্ষ না হওয়া )