IDIOMS & Phrases With Examples and Meaning in Hindi - Part 2 | All IDIOMS & Phrases Starting With "B"

IDIOMS & Phrases With Examples and Meaning in Hindi - Part 2 | All IDIOMS & Phrases Starting With "B"

    Beck and call 

    Exp. Many sycophants are at the beck and call of the leader. 

    (beat) Black and blue - बुरी तरह से मार खाया हुआ 

    Exp. My brother was beaten black and blue over his mistake. 

    (in) Black and white - लिखित रूप से 

    Exp. Oral promise will not do this time; the workers are adamant about getting the promises given by the management in black and white.

    (make) Both ends meet - गुजर बसर करना, रोजी रोटी कमाना

    Exp. There are many families living below the poverty line who find it difficult to make both ends meet.

    (not) Bat an eyelid - प्रितिक्रिया  या भाव हीन

    Exp. My brother is so obstinate that even after being scolded over his mischief he does not bat an eyelid. 

    Back burner - जिसे ज्यादा महत्व नहीं दिया जाए ( कोई मुद्दा आदि )

    Exp. Because of the mounting opposition, the government has put the issue of FDI in retail on the back burner. 

    Back the wrong horse - किसी गलत या कमजोर व्यक्ति को समर्थन देना

    Exp. Many times Indian team gets defeated because the captain backs the wrong horse.

    Back to back - एक के तुरंत बाद दूसरा

    Exp.Kohli hit three centuries back to back.

    Back to square one - जहाँ से प्रारंभ हुआ था वहीं पहुँच जाना

    Exp. Most often talks between India and Pakistan get back to square one after making some progress.

    Backchat - कड़ा एवं उदंडता भरा जवाब

    Exp. No guardian likes the backchat of his sons and daughters. 

    Back-seat driving - पीछे रहकर नियंत्रण का प्रयास

    Exp. My colleague, Sushant, always do backseat driving; he never takes initiative (पहल ). 

    Backstairs influence - पैरवी 

    Exp. Everyone knows that he did not get the job on his merit; it was backstairs influence.

    Bad blood - पुरानी दुश्मनी

    There is bad blood between the two neighbors.

    Bad mouth - दूसरों के बारे में अभद्र बातें बोलना

    Exp. He is a bad mouth; he always abuses others. 

    Baker's dozen - Thirteen (तेरह -13) 

    Exp. The shopkeeper gave baker's dozen but charged only for 12. 

    Bare bones - मूलभूत तथ्य

    Exp. The bare bones of the conversation had been that he hated my guts. 

    Be in name only - सिर्फ नाम का

    Exp. In India, the President is the Head of the state in name only. 

    Bear fruit - सफल होना, अच्छा परिणाम देना

    Exp. His hard long labour at last bore fruit when he was selected for the job.

    Bearin mind - ध्यान रखना

    Exp. You must bear in mind that lasting success can only be achieved by perseverance (सतत् प्रयास).

    Bear the brunt - बुरा परिणाम भुगतना

    Exp. Often the parents have to bear the brunt of the wrongdoings of their child.

    Bear the palm - प्रमुख या प्रसिद्ध होना

    Exp. His very first novel became a best seller making him bear the palm.

    Beat a retreat - किसी जगह से जल्दी से वापस हो जाना (खतरे के कारण ) 

    Exp. Our army has not learnt to beat the retreat; it prefers to lay down its life.

    Beat about the bush - मुद्दे से हटकर इधर-उधर की बातें करना 

    Exp. Please don't beat about the bush; come straight to the point. 

    Beat the air - निरर्थक प्रयास करना

    Exp. To make Prakash understand to behave properly is simply beating the air.

    Beauty is only skin deep - शारीरिक सुंदरता बहुत ज्यादा दिन नहीं टिकती 

    Exp. She took a wrong decision by not marrying this gentleman. She doesn't know that beauty is only skin deep.

    Bee in one's bonnet - किसी चीज को महत्वपूर्ण मानकर लगातार उसी के बारे में सोचने की स्थिति 

    Exp. He seems to have a bee in his bonnet; he does not concentrate on his job.

    Beg the question - किसी चीज को सत्य मान लेना (चाहे उसका कोई सबूत न हो ) 

    Exp. Normally, we beg the question regarding the existence of God. 

    Behind bars - जेल में

    Exp. He has been behind bars for committing theft in his master's house. 

    Behind closed doors - गुप्त रूप से

    Exp. The entire action plan against the Naxalites was discussed behind closed doors.

    Bell the cat - जोखिम भरा काम करना

    Exp. We must convey our grievances (4) to the boss, but the question is who will bell the cat. 

    Bend over backwards - सहायता प्रदान करने के लिए हर संभव काम करना

    Exp. He is so selfish that he has forgotten that I bent over backwards when he was in difficulty.

    Beside oneself - चिंतित या बेचैन (किसी बात को लेकर )

    Exp. The parents were beside themselves when their son did not return home till late at night.

    Beside oneself - बहुत नाराज

    Exp. I was beside myself when my ambitious project was rejected. 

    Beside the mark - असंगत, अतार्किक 

    Exp. The election speeches of the politicians are often beside the mark; they never address the real issues of the public. 

    Better half -पत्नी

    Exp. My better half is my best friend.

    Between the devil and the deep blue sea - दुविधा में, दो मुसीबतों के बीच फँसा हुआ

    Exp. Not having money and the payment date approaching near, I was caught between the devil and the deep blue sea. 

    Beyond one's means - अपनी क्षमता से अधिक 

    Exp. He turned into a bankrupt person, as he was leading a life beyond his means.

    Beyond the pale - सामाजिक या नैतिक रूप से अस्वीकार्य

    Exp. The remarks of a few politicians are often beyond the pale. 

    Bid fair to - संभावना दिखाई पड़ना

    Exp. He bids fair to be an excellent cricketer.

    Big bucks - बड़ा धन

    Exp. In his business, he has made big bucks. 

    Big fish - महत्त्वपूर्ण व्यक्ति

    Exp.  Big fish are seldom implicated (3) in scam cases.

    Bird'seyeview - सरसरी निगाह से देखना या पढ़ना

    Exp. Even a bird's eye view through his writing can reveal many grammatical errors.

    Bird brained - मूर्ख

    Exp. He is bird-brained; he does not understand anything easily. 

    Birds of the same feather - एक ही प्रकृति के व्यक्ति

    Exp. They spend a long time together because they are birds of the same feather.

    Bite more than one can chew - उतना काम या जिम्मेवारी उठा लेना जितना हो न सके 

    Exp. Our chief Minister has many departments with himself; probably he has bitten off more than he can chew. 

    Bite one's lip - किसी बात को बोलने से परहेज करना, अपनी (नकारात्मक) प्रतिक्रिया

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