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Appropriate Preposition:

  • Differ with ( ভিন্ন মত হওয়া (ব্যক্তি) ) I differ with you on this point.
  • Want of ( অভাব ) We have no want of money.
  • Argue with ( যূক্তি দেখানো (ব্যক্তি) ) I argued with him for the point.
  • Require of ( প্রয়োজন হওয়া (কোন কিছু) ) I required a loan of him.
  • Exempt from ( রেহাই দেওয়া ) He was exempted from the fine.
  • Accompanied with ( একসঙ্গে ঘটা ) He has fever accompanied with headache.

Idioms:

  • A bed of roses thorns ( কন্টকময় জীবন ) Life is nothing but a bed of roses.
  • Flesh and blood ( রক্তমাংসের শরীর ) Flesh and blood cannot bear with such insults.
  • Breathe one's last ( মারা যাওয়া ) The old man breathed his last on Sunday last.
  • Call in question ( সন্দেহ করা ) No one can call his honesty in question.
  • hold your horses ( সবুর করা ; ধৈর্য ধরা ) Hold your horses in trouble, you will get your reward.
  • Gift of the gab ( বাককটুতা ) An advocate should have the gift of the gab.