Idioms and Phrases Beginning with A – 5

Idioms and Phrases Beginning with A » Exercise – 1

Directions : Out of the four alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given idiom/phrase.

5. At one’s beck and call.

(a) to attend a call
(b) to be helped by someone
(c) to be useful to someone
(d) to be dominated by someone

Answer
Answer : (d)

Explanation
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