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Question 1
Affirm:
A
refuse
B
reject
C
deny
D
disagree
Question 1 Explanation:
To affirm is to confirm or acknowledge, agree with The meanings of the other options are: Refuse: Show unwillingness towards Reject: Refuse to accept or acknowledge Deny: Declare untrue; contradict Disagree: Be of different opinions
Question 2
Robust:
A
lean
B
strong
C
flexible
D
feeble
Question 2 Explanation:
To be robust is to be in good condition, healthy and nourished The meanings of the other options are: Lean: To incline or bend from a vertical position Strong: Having strength or power greater than average or expected Flexible: Capable of being changed Feeble: Pathetically lacking in force or effectiveness
Question 3
Audacity:
A
quivering
B
cowardice
C
bravado
D
conciseness
Question 3 Explanation:
Audacity is boldness and daring, willingness to change the assumptions or conventions The meanings of the other options are: Quivering: A shaky motion Cowardice: The trait of lacking courage Bravado: A swaggering show of courage Conciseness: Terseness and economy in writing and speaking achieved by expressing a great deal in just a few words
Question 4
Credit:
A
discredit
B
debit
C
honesty
D
failure
Question 4 Explanation:
Credit is a pay later system, here it means to purchase goods when you are going to pay on a later date The meanings of the other options are: Discredit: The state of being held in low esteem Debit: An accounting entry acknowledging sums that are owing Honesty: The quality of being honest Failure: An event that does not accomplish its intended purpose
Question 5
Deviate:
A
attract
B
continue
C
concentrate
D
attend
Question 5 Explanation:
To deviate is to be different or behave differently and turn off from a course or path The meanings of the other options are: Attract: Direct toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes Continue: Resume or proceed in a certain state, condition, or activity Concentrate: Direct one's attention on something Attend: Take charge of or deal with
Question 6
Dormant:
A
acute
B
active
C
able
D
ablaze
Question 6 Explanation:
Dormant is not in active state, not in use and temporarily inactive The meanings of the other options are: Acute: Extremely sharp or strongly felt Active: Disposed to take action or effectuate change Able: (usually followed by 'to') having the necessary means, skill, know-how or authority to do something Ablaze: Lighted up by or as by fire or flame
Question 7
Chivalrous:
A
gallant
B
dastardly
C
amorous
D
defiant
Question 7 Explanation:
Chivalrous is someone who is considerate and courteous, usually used for the male gender. The meanings of the other options are: Gallant: A man who attends or escorts a woman Dastardly: Despicably cowardly Amorous: Inclined toward or displaying love Defiant: Boldly resisting authority or an opposing force
Question 8
Erudite:
A
illiterate
B
crude
C
boring
D
ignorant
Question 8 Explanation:
To be erudite is having or showing great knowledge gained from study and reading The meanings of the other options are: Illiterate: Not able to read or write Crude: Not carefully or expertly made Boring: So lacking in interest as to cause mental weariness Ignorant: Uneducated in general; lacking knowledge or sophistication
Question 9
Despair:
A
sneer
B
compliment
C
irony
D
hope
Question 9 Explanation:
Despair is a profound feeling of no hope The meanings of the other options are: Sneer: Express through a scornful smile Compliment: A remark (or act) expressing praise and admiration Irony: Witty language used to convey insults or scorn, esp. saying one thing but implying the opposite Hope: Expect and wish
Question 10
Transparent:
A
translucent
B
opaque
C
clear
D
sharp
Question 10 Explanation:
Transparent is a quality that allows light to pass through with little or no interruption The meanings of the other options are: Translucent: Allowing light to pass through diffusely Opaque: Not transmitting light or other radiation; impenetrable to sight Clear: Readily apparent to the mind Sharp: Ending in a piercing point; pointed
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