Choose the Explanation that Catche the Spirit of the Idiom Given in Question. to Blaze a Trail - English Language

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

To blaze a trail

Options

  • To set on fire 

  • To blow the trumpet

  • To initiate work in a movement

  • To be hopeful

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Solution

To initiate work in a movement

Explanation:

To blaze a trail means to do something that has never been done before clearly implies option is the correct choice. Other options have different meanings.

Concept: Idioms and Phrases (Entrance Exams)
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