Q Idioms and Quiz
Q Idiom Quiz
Quiz 1 - Choose the correct idiom to replace the expression in the brackets. Check your score 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.