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Appropriate Preposition:

  • Rob of ( অপহরণ করা ) Somebody robbed him of his purse.
  • Inquire about ( অনুসন্ধান করা (কোন ব্যপার) ) I inquired of him about (into) the matter.
  • Affectionate to ( স্নেহশীল ) He is affectionate to me.
  • Disgrace to ( কলঙ্ক ) He is disgrace to his family.
  • Esteem for ( শ্রদ্ধা ) He has esteem for the superiors.
  • Kind of ( প্রকার ) What kind of paper is it?

Idioms:

  • live by ones wit ( কথা বেচে খাওয়া )
  • At dagger drawn ( খড়গহস্ত ) The two brothers are now at daggers drawn.
  • In force ( বলবৎ ) This law is in force now.
  • At one’s wit’s end ( হতবুদ্ধি ) He was at his wit’s end and did not know what to do.
  • Widow's mite ( দরিদ্রর ক্ষুদ্র দান ) A widow's mite is no less important than a large contribution of a rich man.
  • By and by ( শীঘ্র ) He will come here by and by.