Choose the Explanation that Catche the Spirit of the Idiom Given in Question. Have Too Many Irons in the Fire - English Language

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Choose the explanation that catche the spirit of the idiom given in question.

Have too many irons in the fire

Options

  • Engaged in too many enterprises at the same time 

  • Facing too many problems at the same time 

  • Said or done too many things at the same time

  • To incite the feeling amongst the people

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Solution

Engaged in too many enterprises at the same time 

Explanation:

Have too many irons in the fire means, have a range of options or courses of action available, or be involved in many activities or commitments at the same time. Therefore 'Engaged in too many enterprises at the same time' is perfect choice. Other options have different meanings.

Concept: Idioms and Phrases (Entrance Exams)
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