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# GMAT Idioms: Comprehensive List of Gmat Idioms

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Last edited by bb on 04 Sep 2013, 20:23, edited 8 times in total.
Compiled all of the idiom lists together
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11 May 2015, 01:12
Most important:

dated at ..NOT dated to be

estimated to be ..NOT estimated at
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14 May 2015, 06:49
An inconsistency I've found…

A Kaplan practice question offered on the website asserts "to exchange X with Y" is correct, and not "to exchange X for Y"
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17 Jul 2015, 09:20
thanks a lot for the idioms list... btw the idioms list in manhattan guide is also very good... i have practised that and its enough ...i think...
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27 Jul 2015, 11:19
Thanks Crejoc!!! Really appreciate your effort on putting idioms lists together.
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Attaching the Idioms audio book and the print version documents

The below 2 audio books are recorded using Balabolka software. Content in both the files is same, except the voice used for narration.
Idioms audio book for the GMAT [David] [16 kbps].zip
Idioms audio book for the GMAT [Zira] [16 kbps].zip

The source file for these documents is from the post by jalaj79 on "09 May 2010" in this thread.

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21 Apr 2016, 04:05
Hi, I prefer using flashcards. So I took the list by crejoc and jalaj and made the following set :

http://www.cram.com/flashcards/gmat-idi ... st-7155790

Feel free to use it
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List of Idioms
A
Ability to
accede to
acclaimed as
acquaint with
aid in
accuse A of B
agree with
allow for
associate with
assure that
attribute A to B
B
based on
because of
believe A to be B
between A and B
both A and B
C
capable of
choose from
choose to
collaborate with
comply with
conclude that
conform to
consequence of
consider A a B
consider A B
consist of
consistent with
contend that
contrast A with B
in contrast to A, B
contribute to
credit A with B
D
dated at
debate over
define A as B
descend from
depend on
depends on whether
determined by
different from
distinguish A from B
distinguish between A and B
doubt that
E
either A or B
enamored with
estimate A to be B
F
fascinated by
forbid A to B
from A to B
I
in danger of
in contrast to
in violation of
indifferent towards
isolate from
J
just as A, so B
judge by
M
mistake A for B
model after
N
neither A nor B
not A but B
not only A but also B
not so much A as B
O
on account of
P
prejudiced against
prevent A from B
prohibit A from B
protect against
provide with
Q
question whether
R
range from A to B
A rather than B
regard as
reluctant to
responsibility to
responsible for
result of
result in
S
sacrifice A for B
same to A as to B
separate from
so A as to be B
substitute A for B
sympathize with
subject to
T
think of A as B
try to
V
view A as B
vote for
W
wait for
wait on
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25 Mar 2017, 20:16
Can someone kindly provide a few examples using "same to X as to Y"? (I am not a native speaker.)

I find one example in the attached document in this post.

"Our pledge is the same to them as to our supporters"

Here, X and Y are just simple nouns. Is it the only way of using this idiom? In any cases, can X and Y be verb?

It will be great to see any OG examples for this idiom.

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Can someone kindly provide a few examples using "same to X as to Y"? (I am not a native speaker.)

I find one example in the attached document in this post.

"Our pledge is the same to them as to our supporters"

Here, X and Y are just simple nouns. Is it the only way of using this idiom? In any cases, can X and Y be verb?

It will be great to see any OG examples for this idiom.

"She looks THE SAME TO me AS TO you."

"Sally pulled THE SAME trick ON me AS ON you.
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