Identify the Meaning of the Given Idiom/ Phrase. to Move Heaven and Earth - English Language

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Identify the meaning of the given idiom/ phrase.
to move heaven and earth

Options

  • to cause an earthquake

  • to try everything possible

  • to pray to all Gods

  • to travel in a rocket

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Solution

to try everything possible
The given phrase means 'to try everything possible'.

Concept: Idioms and Phrases (Entrance Exams)
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