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Wednesday, 21 March 2018

Rip up old sores idiom meaning

  By GK Planet Team       Wednesday, 21 March 2018
Q. What is the meaning of idiom 'To rip up with old sores'?
  1. Practically 
  2. Absence without permission 
  3. To revive a quarrel which was almost forgotten 
  4. To ride with furious speed
Answer: To revive a quarrel which was almost forgotten

Meaning of Rip Up Old Sores in Hindi
पुनः झगडा करना

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Idiom
Meaning
A fair crack of the whip
A period of importance
To hold something in leash
To restrain
To wrangle over an ass’s shadow
To quarrels over trifles
To play fast and loose
To hurt some body’s feelings /to play tricks
All agog
Restless
to give up the ghost
To die
To snap one’s fingers
To be anxious
A pipe dream
An impractical plan
To stand to one’s guns
To perseverance when hardships press
To loose one’s head
To become confused and over exited
By the skin of one’s teeth
Only just
To throw one’s glove
To give a challenge
To be in abeyance
In suspense
A chip off the old block
Characteristics of one’s ancestors
To take people by storm
To captive tem unexpectedly
To throw up the sponge
To surrender or give up the contest
Harp on
To keep on talking
To catch somebody on the hop to
To catch somebody of guard
To spell the beans
To reveal secret information
To bring one’s egg to a bad market
To fail in one’s plan because one goes to the wrong people for help
To get cold feet
To be afraid
To take a leap in the dark
To do a hazardous thing without any idea of the result
To give get/give the bird
To send away
To be at daggers drawn
To be bitter enemy
To save one’s face
to evade disgrace
To spilt hours
To indulge in over-refined arguments
A lady’s man
A lover of woman company
Will o’ the wisp
Anything which eludes or deceives
To get into scrape
To find oneself in an awkward predicament
To fly off the handle
To lose one’s temper
To blaze trail
To initiate work in a movement
To be lost in the cloud
To be perplexed
Hush money
Bribe paid to secure silence
A tall order
A task difficult to perform
To draw bead upon
To take aim at
All and sundry
Everything without distinction
To disabuse one’s mind
To remove a misapprehension
To temp providence
To take reckless risks
To accept the gauntlet
To suffer humiliation
French leave
Absence without permission
To have brush with
To have a slight encounter
To pull one’s socks up
To try hard
Within an ace of
Narrowly
To blow hot and clod
To be inconsistent
To give chapter and verse for a thing
To produce the proof of something
To beggars’ description Beyond one’s power
to describe adequately
To plough the sands
To busy oneself in a way which cannot lead to any profitable result
Foar in the mouth
To be furious
To take umbrage
To be offended
Something up one’s sleeve
A secret plan Adam’s ale Water
To draw the long bow
To make and exaggerated statement
To fight to the bitter end
To carry on a contest regardless of consequences
Queer somebody’s pitch
Upset one’s plan
To make the grade
To come out successful
To be up and doing
To be actively engaged
To see eye to eye with
To agree
A jaundiced eye
prejudice
To see red
To find fault with
To rip up with old sores
To revive a quarrel which was almost forgotten
To carry off the bell
To bag the first position
To live in clover
To live in great comfort and luxury
Pin-money Allowance made
to a lady for her expenses
Get down to brass tracks Begin
to talk in plain, straight forward terms
Spick and span
Neat and clean
To take the wind out of another’s sails
To anticipate another and to gain advantage over him
To carry the coal
to Newcastle To do unnecessary things
To turn the cover
To pass the crisis
A sop to Cerberus Ransom
to an enemy
To hit the nail on the head
To guess right
A baker’s dozen
Thirteen
To run amuck
To run about in frenzy
To be at one’s finger’s end
To be completely conversant with
To pull strings
To exert hidden influence
A green horn
An inexperienced man
To look sharp
To be quick
To pour oil in troubled water
To calm a quarrel with soothing words
To play on a fiddle
To be busy over trifles
To mind one’s P’s and Q’s
To be careful one one’s mind
To oil the knocker
To tip the office boy
To cut the crackle
To stop talking and start
To cool one’s heels
To be kept watching for sometime
By the rule of thumb
By practical experience which is rather rough
A fool’s errand
A useless undertaking
To put somebody in his place
To make him humble
To talk shop
To talk about business or professional affairs
To keep one’s head above water
To keep out of debt
To live fast
To lead a life of dissipation
To hold a brief for
To defend someone
To pay off old scores
To harm someone because they have harmed you in the past
To take a leaf out of somebody’s book
To take him as a model
To set he Thames on fire
To try to do the impossible
To cast the pearl before a swine
To offer someone a thing which he cannot appreciate
To bear the palm
To win
To change the colour
To shift the allegations to
To cut the Gordian knot
to be victorious.
To have one’s heart in one’s boots
To be deeply depressed.
To strike one’s colours
To surrender.
To cry wolf
To raise a false alarm.
To give one’s ears
To listen carefully.
To hang up one’s hat
To make oneself comfortable in another.
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