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Idioms & Phrases - P, R, S

 P 
Part and parcel (অবিচ্ছেদ্য অংশ) – Discipline is part and parcel of one’s life.

Pros & cons (ভালোমন্দ দু’দিকই) – Carefully consider the pros and cons of the question.

Pay lip service (কেবল মুখের কথা দেয়া) – He pays only lip service to the member of the club but really doesn’t think much of them.

Pull through (ধাক্কা সামলানো) – He was seriously ill, but has pulled through.

Put off (খুলে ফেলা) – Please put off your bad smelling shocks.

 R 
Rank and file (সাধারণ মানুষ) – Don’t ignore the rank and file.

Root and branch (সম্পূর্ণরূপে) – The evil has been removed root and branch.

Run into (নিমজ্জিত হওয়া) – He has run into debt.

Rule out (বাতিল করা, বাদ দেয়া) – The finance investor has ruled out the possibility of inflection.

Rack and ruin (সম্পূর্ণ ধ্বংস – complete destruction) – The Pak army caused much rack and ruin in our country.

Rag Day (কলেজ বা বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ের শিক্ষাজীবনের সমাপ্তিতে আনন্দ-উৎসবের দিন – a funny and charming day of college life) – I remember of many a rag day of my college life.

Rain or Shine (আবহাওয়া যাই থাকুক না কেন – whatever the weather is like) – He goes for a long walk every morning rain or shine.

Read between the lines (তাৎপর্য বুঝা – understand the significance) – Try to read between the lines of the letter.

Red handed (হাতেনাতে – caught or arrested on the spot) – The robbers were caught red handed by the public.

Red rag to a bull (যা কাউকে ভীষণ রাগিয়ে দেয় – something that makes someone very angry) – Never divulge this secret to him, because it will be a red rag to a bull.

Red-letter day (উল্লেখযোগ্য দিবস – a memorable day) – The 26th March is a red-letter day to the people of Bangladesh.

Right and left (এলোপাথাড়ি – madly all around, to both side) – I dropped the tennis balls and they rolled right and left.

Rise and fall (উত্থানপতন – ups and downs) – Without facing any rise and fall of life, no one can be great.

Round about (প্রায় – about) – This dress will cost you round about one thousand taka.

Rub salt on the wound (কাটা ঘায়ে নূনের ছিটা – to make someone’s misfortune worse) – Don’t rub salt in the wound by telling him how enjoyable the party was, as he could not attend that.

Run across (আবিষ্কার করা – discover) – I ran across your diary.

Run away with (সহজে জয়লাভ করা – win easily) – Rahim ran away with that bridge competition.

Rub into debt (ঋণগ্রস্ত – to get into debt) – He runs into debt.

Run over (চাপা পড়া – over flow) – The man was run over by a car.

Run riot (দুর্দান্ত ও আইন বিরুদ্ধভাবে আচরণ করা, বিশৃঙ্খলা করা – to act, speak etc in an uncontrolled way) – When the teacher left the room, the children ran riot.

Run short of (অভাবে পড়া – suffer from want) – The school is running short of funds.

Run wild (উচ্ছৃঙ্খল জীবনযাপন করা – to behave without control or discipline) – They let their children run wild.

Run out (ফুরিয়ে যাওয়া – to finish) – The food has run out.

 S 
Sum and substance (সারাংশ) – The sum and substance of this story is this.

Slow coach (অত্যন্ত ঢিলা ব্যক্তি) – A slow coach like him can not shine in life.

Small fry (চুনোপুঁটি) – He does not care for a small fry like us.

Show the white feather (ভয়ে পলায়ন করা) – The enemy showed the white feather at the sight of our enemy.

Safe and sound (নিরাপদে) – He reached his destination safe and sound.

Sun and substance (সারমর্ম) – Tell the sum and substance of the lecture of leader.

Scape goal (দোষের ভাগী) – I have become a scape goat of this evil work.

See through (চালাকি ধরে ফেলা) – I could see through your plan.

Salt of the earth (সেরা ব্যক্তি) – Hazrat Mohammad (sm) is the salt of the earth.

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