Daily English Practice Test

Q.  In the following question, an idiom or proverb has been highlighted. Choose its correct meaning in the given context from the alternatives given below.
She played a cat and mouse game with all her boyfriends.


a. She played a game
b. She had a cat
c. Her boyfriends gave her cats and mice
d. She played like a cat with her boyfriends who were all mice


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