Idiom
For each of the following sentences four alternatives are given. You are required to choose the correct meaning of the idiom or phrase given or underlined in the sentence. The autographed bat from the famous cricketer Sunil Gavaskar is worth a jew's eye

unnecessary
Not a worthy possession
A possession of high value
A costly items

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Idiom
For each of the following sentences four alternatives are given. You are required to choose the correct meaning of the idiom or phrase given or underlined in the sentence. Although he has failed in the written examination, he is using backstairs influence to get the job.

Political influence
Secret and unfair influence
Deserving and proper influence
Backing influence

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Idiom
To wash one's dirty linen in public

To criticise one's nature in public
To do some ugly work in public
To quarrel in the open
To discuss dirty and scandalous matters of personal nature in the presence of strangers

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Idiom
For each of the following sentences four alternatives are given. You are required to choose the correct meaning of the idiom or phrase given or underlined in the sentence. To disabuse one's mind

To remove a misapprehension
To banish from one's mind a thought
To conceal something
To proceed cautiously so as to avoid risks and dangers

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