Verbal Ability - Idioms and Phrases - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Idioms and Phrases - Section 2 (Q.No. 101)
Directions to Solve
In the following questions four alternatives are given for the idiom/phrase italicised and underlined in the sentence. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of idiom/phrase.

His friends advised him to be fair and square in his dealings.
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Thomson sangma said:   5 months ago
If you say that someone won a competition fair and square, you mean that they won honestly and without cheating, so it should be option C polite is the correct answer.

Khushi said:   3 years ago
Explain it, please!

Benito said:   6 years ago
Fair and square---with absolute accuracy.

Kari said:   8 years ago
This is such a terrible choice of words. While technically correct, "upright" does not clearly define "fair and square". A better alternative would be "honorable".

Sudharsan said:   8 years ago
Can anyone explain me how?

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