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Appropriate Preposition:

  • Disgusted at ( বিরক্ত ) I am disgusted with him at his conduct.
  • Devoid of ( বর্জিত ) He is devoid of common sense.
  • Plead for ( ওকালতি করা (কোনকিছু) ) I pleaded with him for justice (against the wrong done to me).
  • Open to ( উন্মুক্ত ) His plan is open to objection.
  • Heir of ( উত্তরাধিকারী (ব্যক্তি) ) He is the heir of his uncle.
  • Beware of ( সতর্ক হওয়া ) Beware of pick-pockets.

Idioms:

  • Man of letters ( পন্ডিত লোক ) Sir Ashutosh Mukherjee was a man of letters.
  • Moot point ( অমীমাংসিত বিষয় ) Dowry system is still a moot point in Bangladesh.
  • Bring to book ( শাস্তি দেওয়া ) He should be brought to book for his misconduct.
  • Hue and cry ( শোরগোল ) The villagers raised a hue and cry to see the thief.
  • Call in question ( সন্দেহ করা ) No one can call his honesty in question.
  • Out of the wood ( বিপদমুক্ত ) He is not yet out of the wood.