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Q81. Choose the correct meaning of proverb/idiom: He went to his friend's house in the evening **as was his wont**.

  1.  as usual
  2.  as he wanted
  3.  as his want was
  4.  as he wanted that day

Solution : as usual
Q82. Choose the correct meaning of proverb/idiom: Why do you wish to **tread on their toes?**

  1.  To give offence to them
  2.  To follow them grudgingly
  3.  To treat them indifferently
  4.  To be kicked by them

Solution : To give offence to them

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Q83. Choose the correct meaning of proverb/idiom: He intends **setting up** as a lawyer in the adjoining district.

  1.  To establish himself
  2.  To migrate
  3.  To join
  4.  To settle

Solution : To establish himself
Q84. Choose the correct meaning of proverb/idiom: The speaker gave a **bird's eye view** of the political conditions in the country.

  1.  a personal view
  2.  a high level view
  3.  a biased view
  4.  a detailed presentation

Solution : a high level view

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Q85. Choose the correct meaning of proverb/idiom: He resigned the post **of his own accord.**

  1.  which he liked
  2.  according to his convenience
  3.  voluntarily and willingly
  4.  according to his judgement

Solution : voluntarily and willingly
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