ESL-EFL Test - 33

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1. If you meet someone after a long time and discuss what has happened to both of you, you catch up with them.


2. If you lash something down, you tie it securely.


3. If you play second fiddle, you take a less important or subordinate role.


4. If you jump the gun, you start at the right time but faster than other people.


5. If you keep your powder dry, you are always ready and prepared for any problems that might occur.



6. If you nip a problem in the bud, you don't deal with it until it has got out of control.


7. If you pay on the nail, you use a credit card so that you don't have to pay immediately.


8. If you read someone the riot act, you debate an issue with them.


9. If you meet someone or the first time and hit it off, you have an argument or fight.


10. If you hit upon a solution, you criticise it.


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