Usage of Idioms in Conversation/Dialogue with Bengali meaning | Part-11

What is Idioms?

Idioms can really help boost your score, if used properly In the IELTS speaking test. However, they can also lower your score, if you don’t use them correctly. An idiom is a group of words or phrase that through common usage has a meaning that is not clear from the words themselves. So here we discus Idioms in Conversation/Dialogue with Bengali meaning and sentence making.

Underline words are Idioms:

Too many Irons In The Fire

Jerry: Where have you been? Are you on vacation?

জেরিঃ আপনে কোথায় আছেন? আপনি কি ছুটিতে?

Merry: No, I’ve been tied up with extra work. I’ve worked 14 hours in all.

মেরিঃ না, আমি অতিরিক্ত সময় এর কাজে চুক্তি বদ্ধ।  আমি সব মিলিয়ে ১৪ ঘন্টা কাজ করি।

Jerry: I’m in the same boat. I’ve had a great deal of work to do, too.

জেরিঃ আমারও একই অবস্থা।  আমার অনেক কাজ করতে হয়।

Merry: I don’t think there is much fun in life if we always have too many irons in the fire.

মেরিঃ আমি মনে করি না, আমরা যদি সবসময় প্রচুর কাজে ব্যস্ত থাকি তাহলে আমাদের জিবনে অনেক আনন্দ থাকবে।

Jerry: Besides, overworking is harmful to health.

জেরিঃ সেই সাথে, অতিরিক্ত কাজ শরীরের জন্য ক্ষতিকর।

Merry: It is so, to a large extent.

মেরিঃ এতে আরও অনেক কিছু হতে পারে।

Jerry: I would be surprised if I wouldn’t fall ill sooner or later.

জেরিঃ আমি অবাক হব যদি আমি আজ বা কাল অসুস্থ না হই।

Merry: Me too.

মেরিঃ আমিও।

Jerry: Best of luck. Take care. Bye.

জেরিঃ ভাল থাকও। নিজের যত্ন নিও। বিদায়।

Merry: Best of luck. Bye.

মেরিঃ তুমিও ভাল থাকও। বিদায়।

Idioms, definition and Bengali meaning:

  1. On vacation (ছুটির দিন) : On holiday
  2. Tied up with…. (চুক্তিবদ্ধ হওয়া)  : to be held back by..
  3. In the same boat (একই পরিস্থিতি) : to have the same situation.
  4. A large deal of (অনেক) : a lot of, much
  5. Have too many irons in the fire (অনেক কাজ) : to have too much work to do.

Read: Usage of Idioms in Conversation/Dialogue with Bengali meaning | Part-10

Example with idiom:

On Vacation:

  1. I am on vacation.
  2. Do you want to go there on vacation?
  3. Where do you go on vacation?
  4. Are you on vacation?

Tied up with..:

  1. Do you like to be tied up with over-time work for more money?
  2. I have been tied up with English Reveal- Thinking Outside The Box for content writing.
  3. Pinky has been tied up with Englishreveal.com for grammar writing.

In the same boat:

  1. Bangladesh and India were in the same boat.
  2. I am in the same boat like you.
  3. Last 2 Asia cup final Bangladesh has lost in the same boat.
  4. We should not think everything is in the same boat.

A great deal of:

  1. We’ve had a great deal of work to do.
  2. I’ve had a great deal of homework too.
  3. They had a great deal of trouble too.
  4. I will talk a great deal of sorrow with you.

Have too many irons in the fire:

  1. Jack has to teach at school, to work at home and to write for the press. He has too many irons in the fire.
  2. I don’t think there is much joy in life if we always have too many irons in the fire.
  3. There has not enjoyment in life if there we always have too many irons in the fire.

 

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