Choose the Exact Meaning of the Idiom/Phrase. “Faux Pas” Means: - English Language

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Choose the exact meaning of the idiom/phrase.

“Faux pas” means:

Options

  • expected to happen 

  • social blunder 

  • fake identity

  • false

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Solution

social blunder 

Explanation:

Faux pas means an embarrassing social mistake. Therefore 'social blunder ' is the appropriate choice.

Concept: Idioms and Phrases (Entrance Exams)
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2015-2016 (May) Set 1

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