What does the underlined idiom mean?
Donald is an honest person. If you are interrogating him about the missing money, you are barking up the wrong tree.
To intimidate the person till he/she confesses
To question incessantly
To accuse the wrong person
To verbally insult the accused
‘Barking up the wrong tree’ means to wrongly accuse someone or to completely misunderstand something.
What does the underlined idiom mean? Donald is an honest person. If you are interrogating him about the missing money, you arebarking up the wrong tree.
Mr Thakur does not necessarily think you are wrong. But he loves to play the devil’s advocate.
Hansel expects me to lend him a huge sum of money at short notice just because he has scratched my back once.
What type of interrogative question is this?
Do you think money grows on trees?
I have also heard about her alleged engagement to a Greek billionaire. If I were you, I would take the news with a grain of salt.