Most Use 100 English Idioms with Hindi Meaning

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Most Use 100 English Idioms with Hindi Meaning

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                Starting with 'A'

1. An open secret : (Known to all - खुला रहस्य)

Now a days corruption has become an open secret in Uttar Pradesh.

2. At an arm length : (at a distance - दुरी पर या दूर) 

Friend of a will habits should be kept at an arm length.

3. At daggers drawn : (to be the enemy of someone - किसी का जानी दुश्मन बनना)

China is trying to be at daggers drawn to India once again.

4. At home in : (familiar with - पूर्ण जानकार)

Gunjan is at home in biology.

5. At one finger end : (to have full knowledge - पूरी जानकरी रखना या होना)

Dushyant has all the formulas at his finger end.

6. According to : (pertaining to - के अनुशार)

Cut your court according to your cloth.

7. Add fuel to fire : (to make something worse - मालमे को भड़काना)

Some people are inhabit of adding fuel to fire.

8. Against a rainy day : (for emergency - मुसीबत के समय या जरुरत के समय)

We should save money against a rainy day.

9. All the same : (nevertheless - इसके बावजूद भी)

Mr Surendra criticizes everything all the same he is clear hearted.

10. At any rate : (in any case - हर हाल में )

I have to obtain the degree of PhD at any rate.

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11. Bread and butter : (livelihood - जीविका)

It has become very difficult to earn bread and butter for mediocre families.

12. Be in one good book : (to be in favour of - कृपा पात्र बनना)

Flatterers are always in their officers good books.

13. Breathe one's last : (to be dead - मर जाना)

My mother breathed her last after she had given me birth.

14. Block head : (stupid - मन्दबुद्धि प्राणी)

It is difficult to make out anything to a block head.

15. By lips and bounds : (very rapidly - तेजी से)

The number of patience is increasing by lips and bounds due to pollution.

16. Black sheep : (a worthless man - बेकार आदमी)

A jobless person becomes a black sheep.

                  Starting with 'C'

17. Make castle in the air : (make visionary plans - हवाई योजनाएँ बनाना)

Inactive person go on making crystal in the air throughout life.

18. Call spade a spade : (speaking truth - सत्य बोलना)

Honest person always call spade a spade.

19. Cock and Bull story : (false story - झूठी कहानी)

Posting persons used to make cock and Bull Stories.

20. Call names : (to abuse - बुरा भला कहना)

Do not call anyone names in useless.

21. Caught red handed : (caught while committing crime - अपराध करते समय पकड़ा गया)

An education officer was caught red handed while taking bribe from teacher.

22. Cat and dog life : (quarrelsome life - संघर्षपूर्ण जीवन)

It is bad to lead a cat and dog life.

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                 Starting with 'D'

23. To die in harness : (to continue one's profession - अंतिम समय तक प्रयासरत रहना)

Nation builders always try to die in harness.

24. Drop in the ocean : (insufficient thing - ऊंट के मुँह में जीरा)

My knowledge about mathematics is like a drop in the ocean.

25. Dark horse : (a person on expected ,doing well - अचानक अच्छा करने वाला मनुष्य)

This year in Agra University Many weak  student proved dark horses.

26. Double dealing : (deceitful doing - छलपूर्ण करतूत)

Modern political leaders are habitual of double dealing.

27. Dog in the manger policy : (policy full of selfishness - स्वार्थपूर्ण निति)

Dog in the manger policy is being adopted by modern party leaders.

                  Starting with 'E'

28. End is smoke : (to come to nothing - व्यर्थ करना)

His Scheme of being selected as a police officer ended in a smoke.

29. Ever and Anon : (now and then - जब तक)
I visit my friends ever and anon.

30. Enough and spare : (plenty of something - कोई वस्तु प्रचुर मात्रा में)

The sons and daughters of the party leaders posses enough and spare in their life.

31. Eye opener : (most suggestive matter - आँख खोलने वाला मामला)

The death punishment of a terrorist must be the eye opener to others.

                Starting with 'F'

32. Fall flat : (having no effect - प्रभावहीन)

The speech of selfish leader falls flat on the audience.

33. Fool's Paradise : (foolish hopes - मूर्खतापूर्ण आशाएँ)

Modern young man desire to be most prosperous by doing nothing and thus they live in fool's Paradise.

34. From the bottom of one's heart : (whole heartedly - दिल से)

He thanked me from the bottom of his heart for my help towards him.

35. Feel one's pulse : (To know one's feelings : किसी के दिल की बात जानना)

A good friend feels the pulse of his  friend.

36. Fair and square : (full of justice - न्यायपूर्ण)

Everyone of as must be fair and square in one dealings.

37. Fire and Fury : (great anger - महान क्रोध)

Man mein loose control over himself in the position of fire and Fury.

38. Fire and white : (everywhere - दूर-दूर तक) 

Narendra Modi fame has spread far and wide in the world.

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                   Starting with 'G'

39. Get into trouble : (to involve in difficulties - मुशीबतों में फ़साना)

He got into trouble by speaking against the ruling party of Uttar Pradesh.

40. Go through fire and water : (Undertake difficulties - मुशीबते झेलना)

Courageous Person go through fire and water very boldly.

41. Go back on one's word : (not to fulfill own promise - अपने ही वचन से मुकर जाना)

Good and Nobel person's never go back on their word in life.

42. Go to dogs : (to be ruined - बर्बाद हो जाना)

Drunkards and gamblers go to dogs in the ends of their lives.

43. Grease the palm : (To give bribe - रिश्वत लेना)

In the government offices you cannot get your work done on less you Grease the palm of concerning clerk.

                Starting with 'H'

44. Head and ear : (completely - पूरी तरह)

Some people remain over head and ears in suspicion.

45. Heart and soul : (Earnestly - दिल से)

We must do every task with heart and soul.

46. Hold one's tongue : (to keep quiet - शान्त रहना)

Learned men listen to others and hold their own tongue during the period.

47. Hue and cry : (great noise - बहुत हल्ला)

Young man saw running into street so he made hue and cry.

48. Himalayan blunder : (great mistake - महान गलती)

Hand in hand meeting with Pakistan may be Himalayan blunder to our prime minister.

49. Have an axe to grind : (to be selfish - स्वार्थपूर्ण भावना रखना)

When we behave our true friend, we must not have an axe to grind.
                  Starting with 'I'

50. In the nick of time : (at the right time - सही समय पर)

Examinees should reach the centre in the neck of time.

51. In one's teers : (In adolescent age - नाबालिक अवस्था)

He is still under his tears ,so he must not be married.

52. In favour of : (to be agree with - पक्ष में)

A judges give judgement in favour of criminals while they find no witness against them.

53. In the air : (everywhere - सब जगह)

The news of terrorism is in the air these days

54. In a nut shell : (In brief - संछेप में)
You should speak to your officer in a nut shell.

55. In lieu of : (In place of - के बदले में)

I cannot work as a principal in lieu of temporary post.

                 Starting with 'M'

56. Make much ado about nothing : (to make great fuss about small matter - छोटी सी बात को बतंगड़ बनाकर झगड़ा करना)

Some people are in the habit of making much ado about nothing.

57. Make both ends meet : (live with in one's income - अपने आय के साधन पर निर्भर रहना) 

Labour class people hardly make both ends meet.

58. Make haven and earth : (to make a very possible effort- हर संभव प्रयास करना)

I have to make heaven and Earth for my promotion as a principal.

59. Make good : (Accomplish, manage - सफलता पूर्वक)

The thief made his escape good.

60. Make neither head nor tail : (to understand nothing - कुछ न समझना)

This teacher speaks so rapidly that student make neither head nor tail.

61. Make clean breast : (confess fully - पूर्णतः स्वीकार करना किसी गलती को)

He made clean breast by confessing of his fault is presence of the judge.

62. Make up : (to compensate - क्षतिपूर्ति करना)

The loss caused by the death of Abdul Kalam cannot be made up.

63. Man of iron will : (A man of strong will and determination - लौह पुरुष)

Sardar Patel is called man of iron will in India even today.

64. Man of letters : (a scholar - विद्वान पुरुष)

Swami Vivekanand was a man of letters.

65. Make a one's mind determine : (determine - दृढ निश्चय करना)

I made up my mind to compare a poem about the Yamuna river.

66. Make out : (understand : समझना)

Study the poem and make out its substance.

                 Starting with 'N'

67. Neck and crop : (entirely - पूर्णतः)

An earthquake can make neck and crop destruction of any place.

               Starting with 'O'

68. Over and above : (more over in addition to - और अधिक)

I have taught you complete grammar over and above I have nothing to do so.

69. Out of wood : (out of danger - खतरे से बाहर)

He has recovered of his serious diseases Still he is not out of wood.

70. Open secret : (secret known to all - खुला रहस्य)

It is an open secret that he has a lot of property and wealth.

71. Of no avail : (Useless - बेकार, व्यर्थ)

All his effort to seek a job proved of no avail.

72. Out of date : (out of fashion - चलन से बाहर)

Young ones do not like the garments which are out of date.

73. Open arms :  (cordially - बड़े प्रेम में)

We must receive our friend with open arms when they visit us.

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                Starting with 'P'

74. Part and parcel : (an essential part : महत्वपूर्ण हिस्सा)

Mobile phone has become the part and parcel of life to everyone.

75. Poison one's ears : (to speak something on favourable to anyone - किसी की अहित की बात करना)

So my assistance workers poison the officer's ears against one another.

76. Pros and cons : (argument in favour and against - किसी के अहित की बात करना)

In Uttar Pradesh government should study the pros and cons of its own before the next election.

77. Play duck and Drakes : (spend money in useless matter - व्यर्थ में धन खर्च करना)

Modern young one's play duck and drakes with their pocket money.

78. Pay one back in one's own coin : (Tit for tat - जैसे को तैसा)

A naughty boy slapped the monitor and he also paid him back in his own coin.

               Starting with 'S'

79. Square deal : (A fair bargain - अच्छा सौदा)

We should not hope of square deal from the side of a dishonest man.

80. Storm in tea cup : (a quarrel for nothing - तुच्छ बात पर झगड़ा करना)

To give corporal punishment to the student in these days may rise storm in tea cup.

81. Screw loose : (mental defect - मानसिक खराबी)

She talks as though she were of screw loose.

82. Square meal : (proper meal - पूर्ण भोजन) 

Banana with milk is a square meal.

             Starting with 'T'

83. Turn coat : (An opportunist - अवसरवादी)

Never have faith in a turn coat.

84. Take care of : (be careful about something - सावधानी रखना)

Students should take care of their books.

85. Tall talks : (boasting - डिंग हांकना)

One of my friend makes tall talks.

86. Talk big : (boasting - डिंग हांकना)

I never like one who talk big.

87. Through thick and thin : (through every circumstances - हर परिस्थिति में)

Man of advantages pass through thick and thin.

88. Throw cold water on : (to discourage - हतोत्साहित करना)

The failure in the examination throw cold water on student for sometimes.

89. Time and tide : (the course of time - समय का चक्र)

Time and tide wait for nothing.

            Starting with 'W'

90. White elephant : (most precious but the least use - खर्चीली किन्तु काम उपयोग वाली वस्तु)

Computers in aided and government schools proved to be the white elephants.

91. Win laurels : (Gain honour - सम्मान पाना)

Rahul Gandhi won laurels in politics.

92. Wolf in a sheep's clothing : (A wicked man with sweet tongue - मुँह में राम बगल में छुरी)

This beggar is a cheat. He is a wolf in sheep's clothing.

93. Wash one's hands off : (To cut off relations - रिश्ता ख़त्म कर देना)

It is better to wash hand off a selfish.

94. Wild goose chase : (Foolish adventure - मूर्खतापूर्ण प्रयास)

The thinking of a poor student to seek an admission in I.I.T Collage may be a wind goose chase.

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