MBA Entrance Verbal Ability Test for MAT, MAH CET

Q.  A situation is provided below, followed by a idiom or proverb. Choose the one which fits the situation best.

The secret is out.


a. The cat is out of the bag.
b. The cat jumped out of the bag.
c. The cat jumped and now is out.
d. Out of the bag the cat has jumped.


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