In the sentence given below, an idiom/phrasal verb has been highlighted in bold. Given below it are five options, out of which you need to find the one which has the same meaning as the idiom/phrasal verb used in the sentence and can successfully replace the idiom/phrasal verb without changing the meaning of the sentence.
For some, good education is a necessary evil to get a chance at a better life.
Apainful in presentCorrect AnswerIncorrect Answer
Bcomforting in futureCorrect AnswerIncorrect Answer
Cpleasant but difficultCorrect AnswerIncorrect Answer
Dsomething unpleasant that must be doneCorrect AnswerIncorrect Answer
Esomething that looks difficult but isn'tCorrect AnswerIncorrect Answer
A NECESSARY EVIL refers to soemthing that unpleasant but must be done/accepted in order to acheive a particular goal.