In the Following Question, Four Alternatives Are Given for the Idiom/Phrase. Choose the One Which Best Expresses the Meaning of the Given Idiom/Phrase. 'To Play Second Fiddle' Means - English Language

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In the following question, four alternatives are given for the idiom/phrase. Choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given idiom/phrase.
'To play second fiddle' means

Options

  • to support the role and view of another person 

  • to act like a minor criminal

  • to deceive your superior

  • to play the second musical instrument

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Solution

to support the role and view of another person

Concept: Idioms and Phrases (Entrance Exams)
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