Idioms and Phrases Beginning with T – 22

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22. To put one’s hand to plough

(a) To take up agricultural farming
(b) To take a difficult task
(c) To get entangled into unnecessary things
(d) Take interest in technical work[E]. None of these

Answer
Answer : (b)
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