Choose the Option Which Best Expresses the Meaning of the Idiom/Phrase. the New Cm Stuck His Neck Out Today and Promised 10 Kg Free Wheat a Month for All Rural Families. - 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.

The new CM stuck his neck out today and promised 10 kg free wheat a month for all rural families.

Options

  • extended help

  • took an oath

  • caused embarrassment

  • took a risk

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Solution

The new CM stuck his neck out today and promised 10 kg free wheat a month for all rural families. - took a risk

Concept: Idioms and Phrases (Entrance Exams)
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