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The idioms and expressions below are some of the most common in English and equally important for CSS, PMS and all Competitive Exams. Here,  some common and important idioms with meaning and examples are given. The example sentences show how idioms are used in context are also given here.

What does the idiom “to put something in cold storage” mean?

A. To store something in a cold place for a long time
B. To forget or neglect something
C. To delay or postpone something
D. To save something for future use

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Correct Answer: To forget or neglect something
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If you “put your dreams in cold storage,” what does it mean?

A. you are freezing your dreams so they stay fresh
B. you are delaying or postponing your dreams
C. you are forgetting about your dreams
D. you are saving your dreams for the future

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Correct Answer: you are forgetting about your dreams
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What does the idiom “to beat a dead horse” mean?

A. To continue talking about something that has already been discussed
B. To start a new topic of conversation
C. To move on from a topic that has already been discussed
D. To argue a point that has already been proven wrong

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Correct Answer: To continue talking about something that has already been discussed
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If someone says “there’s no point in beating a dead horse,” they are likely trying to do which of the following?

A. Continue discussing a topic that has already been resolved
B. Change the subject of the conversation
C. Persuade others to agree with their point of view
D. None of the above

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Correct Answer: Change the subject of the conversation
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