Verbal Ability - Idioms and Phrases - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Idioms and Phrases - Section 1 (Q.No. 2)
Directions to Solve
Some proverbs/idioms are given below together with their meanings. Choose the correct meaning of proverb/idiom, If there is no correct meaning given, E (i.e.) 'None of these' will be the answer.

To keeps one's temper
To become hungry
To be in good mood
To preserve ones energy
To be aloof from
None of these
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Sunidhi Das said:   3 years ago
To keep one's temper: to maintain control of one's composure despite being angry or upset.

That can be only possible when someone is in a good mood at that time they remain calm and easily controlled their temper.

Tashi Pellzom said:   4 years ago
Not getting this clearly. Please explain in detail.

Keerthana said:   5 years ago
Controlling the temper drives you to the normal mode. An example sentence: "To keep his temper, he used to hear the songs".

Uddeshya said:   5 years ago
'To keeps, one's temper' needn't necessarily mean 'To be in good mood'.

For example, one can also hold their anger by remaining quiet.

Himani said:   5 years ago
Good explanation, thanks.

Prashant said:   6 years ago
Can anyone explain it with suitable example.

M. Rahman said:   6 years ago

If you control the temper you can keep them in good mood.

Karthi said:   6 years ago
Can I have any other example for this question?

Satish said:   7 years ago
Temper means anger. So when are trying to control anger, your mind will become relaxed.
So, to keep temper is basically trying to be calm.

S.diviya priya said:   7 years ago
Give me some sentence by using that idiom.

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