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Though he took a leap in the ________ by investing all his savings in the share market, he later found that it was well worth the risk.

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Word of the Day


Idiom of the Day

line up (someone with someone)
to supply a person with a date or companion
We tried to line up my friend's sister with our friend but we were not successful.

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