Q Idioms and Quiz
Q Idiom Quiz
Quiz 1 - Choose the correct idiom to replace the expression in the brackets. Check your score and the correct answers at the bottom. Click on the idiom for the definition.
Your score is: ___ out of 3
quake in one's boots
- to be afraid, to shake from fear
queer as a three-dollar bill
- to be very strange
quick and dirty
- fast and cheap, fast and careless
quick as a flash
- very quickly
quick as a wink
- very quickly, instantly
The woman turned around and quick as a wink her purse was stolen.
I will finish my project as quick as a wink.
quick as geased lightning
- very quickly, very fast
quick on the draw
- to be able to respond to something quickly, to be quick to draw a gun and shoot
quick on the trigger
- to be quick to respond to something, to be quick to draw a gun and shoot
quick on the uptake
- to be quick to understand something
quiet as a mouse
- very quiet, shy and silent
quite a bit
I had quite a bit of time so I went to the library.
quite a few
The boy has quite a few books at home.
quite a lot
- much or many
Quite a lot of water entered the house.
quite a number
- not too many but also not too few of something
Quite a number of the teachers agreed to use the new textbooks.
Quite a number of people came to the meeting.
quite a (something)
- definitely something
The girl is quite a pianist and everybody loves her.
quote a price
- to state in advance the charge for doing or supplying something
I asked the moving company to quote a price to move our furniture.