Phrase of the Day (be on the anvil)-29JUN21

Phrase of the Day (be on the anvil)-29JUN21

Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is be on the anvil and it is a phrase meaning “in a state/condition of discussion (not implemented); being discussed or prepared but it is not yet completed to be put into action”.

Example Sentence: India is right now going through its worst economic crisis. The highest-ever contraction in the economy took place last year, unemployment has risen, incomes for growing numbers are falling, bank non-performing assets (NPAs) may be ballooning, and the fiscal deficit is rising. In these circumstances, it would be prudent to think through the pros and cons of the aggressive privatisation of public enterprises that is on the anvil

Phrase of the Day (be on the anvil)-29JUN21

This word is present in The Hindu article Reopen the files, reconsider privatisation and click here to read it.

Courtesy: The Hindu

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