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SSC CGL : Idioms and phrases beginning with U

SSC CGL : Idioms and phrases beginning with U

SSC CGL : Idioms and phrases beginning with U

SSC CGL : Idioms and phrases beginning with U

  1. Ubiquitous presence -Ever-present; everywhere; omnipresent.
  2. Unbridled anger -Uncontrolled anger that has got totally out of reign and out of hand.
  3. Unburden yourself -Confess your sins.
  4. Uncharted waters -A situation that is not familiar and may be dangerous.
  5. Unconditional surrender -Surrendering without conditions
  6. Uncouth language- Uncivilised laguage
  7. Undaunted effort– Effort that is not discouraged
  8. Under duress -compulsion by threat or violence
  9. Under false pretenses -making false pretenses
  10. Under investigation -A careful examination or search in order to discover facts
  11. Under lock and key -Locked away safely
  12. Under one’s thumb -Under full control
  13. Under scrutiny -Under sharp observation where everything is analysed.
  14. Under suspicion of -To doubt something
  15. Under the counter -Done illegally
  16. Under the hammer -To be auctioned.
  17. Under the impression -Thinking or making assumptions
  18. Under the microscope -To study something very closely
  19. Under the right circumstances -In the right conditions
  20. Under the table– Hidden from view (something illegal)
  21. Under the weather -Ill; not well; sick.
  22. Under your belt -To have learned or succeeded in something that might be an advantage in the future.
  23. Under your breath -To say something very quietly so that someone can’t hear.
  24. Under your own steam -With no help
  25. Under your wing -Under your protection.(Comparison to a bird)
  26. Unintentional error -An accidental mistake that was not made deliberately or on purpose.
  27. Unruly behavior -Rude behaviour
  28. Unscrupulous motives -something that will conceal one’s real motives
  29. Untangle the mess -Sort out or solve a problem or situation
  30. Untested waters -A situation that can be risky and one is unaware about
  31. Until doomsday -For a very long time
  32. Until hell freezes over– Used to describe an event or scenario that is so unlikely that it will likely never occur
  33. Until the cows come home -A long time when you are waiting for someone or something.
  34. Up in arms -Protesting against something.
  35. Up one notch -Move up one step
  36. Up the kazoom -A polite way of saying you are full or filled-up, all the way up your backside.
  37. Up to my neck -To have something in plenty and abundance
  38. Up to no good -Planning to do something bad to cause trouble.
  39. Up to scratch – Meeting the bare minimum requirement
  40. Up to something -Using some concealed trick or device
  41. Up to you -Whatever you say; you decide; whatever you want.
  42. Up to your ears -Very busy, as though the work was piled-up in stacks up to the level of your ears.
  43. Up-and-coming– About to arrive soon
  44. Up-for-grabs– Available.
  45. Upper crust -The up-most level of the upper class; the highest level of high society.
  46. Upset the apple cart– Ruin plans or arrangements
  47. Up-to-speed -Meeting the expected norm; meeting the standard; up-todate.
  48. Urgent need -Greatly in need
  49. Use a civil tone -To be polite

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