Choose the Option Which Best Expresses the Meaning of the Idiom/Phrase. Ramesh Said to Me, You Have the Floor. What Does this Mean? - English Language

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In the following question, some alternatives are given or suggested for the idiom/phrase which is underlined in the sentence. Choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.

Ramesh said to me, You have the floor. What does this mean?

Options

  • You have practically won

  • You have full right to disagree

  • You have full permission to speak your mind now

  • You have tenancy rights over the property's floor

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Solution

Ramesh said to me, You have the floor. What does this mean? - You have full permission to speak your mind now

Concept: Idioms and Phrases (Entrance Exams)
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