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    To have one's head in the clouds

    These are the idioms which I came across in a book meant for banking exam preparation. I couldn't find the meaning anywhere. Not only answers but also meanings with example(s) requested. Here they go:

    1) To have one's head in the clouds

    A) to be concealed from the view B) to find oneself in a comfortable position C) too concerned with one's problems to be aware of the real situation. D) to fly deep in the clouds. E) None.


    2) To be a good Samaritan

    A) a religious person B) a genuinely charitable person C) a citizen of Samaritana D) to be law abiding E) None

    3) To beat the air

    A) to act foolishly B) to move vigorously C) to move sluggishly D) to make useless efforts

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    Re: To have one's head in the clouds

    Quote Originally Posted by PENDSE View Post
    These are the idioms which I came across in a book meant for banking exam preparation. I couldn't find the meaning anywhere. Not only answers but also meanings with example(s) requested. Here they go:

    1) To have one's head in the clouds

    A) to be concealed from the view B) to find oneself in a comfortable position C) too concerned with one's problems to be aware of the real situation. D) to fly deep in the clouds. E) None.
    2) To be a good Samaritan

    A) a religious person B) a genuinely charitable person C) a citizen of Samaritana D) to be law abiding E) None

    3) To beat the air

    A) to act foolishly B) to move vigorously C) to move sluggishly D) to make useless efforts
    What is your best guess? Someone will respond.

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    Re: To have one's head in the clouds

    head - Definition and pronunciation | Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary at OxfordLearnersDictionaries.com

    You need to scroll down to the section labeled "idioms" and then look up the phrase "have your head in the clouds".

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