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In D, is usage of “that” to introduce a clause is using it as “subordinating conjunction”?


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Yes indeed. That's exactly the function of that in Choice D.


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Is there any better way to reach OA here than to know idioms?


Don't think of it as "knowing or not knowing idioms". It is about the meaning of the words "as" and "by".
"as" equates for example "as happy as", "as good as"...
"by" indicates an agency of getting something done... So you can "explain by ..."

I would understand if the idiom tested were say, "to and fro" vs say, "to and back". We use "to and fro" though fro means back. Nowadays, pure idiom testing is usually a smokescreen in GMAT.
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