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5th grade vocaulary words


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  • 1. 

    Which word means an enemy or opponent?

    • A.

      Trival

    • B.

      Adversary

    • C.

      Pilfer

    • D.

      Ornate

    • E.

      Friend

    Correct Answer
    B. Adversary
    Explanation
    The word "adversary" means an enemy or opponent. It refers to someone who is in opposition or conflict with another person. In this context, "adversary" is the correct answer as it is the only word that accurately defines an enemy or opponent. "Trival," "pilfer," "ornate," and "friend" do not have the same meaning and are not synonymous with enemy or opponent.

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  • 2. 

    Which word means fancy or showy

    • A.

      Vivacious

    • B.

      Lenient

    • C.

      Immaculate

    • D.

      Famished

    • E.

      Ornate

    Correct Answer
    E. Ornate
    Explanation
    The word "ornate" means fancy or showy. It is used to describe something that is elaborately decorated or adorned with intricate details. This word is often used to describe decorative styles or designs that are characterized by their lavishness and complexity.

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  • 3. 

    Select the word that means unimportant.

    • A.

      Trivial

    • B.

      Cuisine

    • C.

      Obstacle

    • D.

      Recommended

    • E.

      Famished

    Correct Answer
    A. Trivial
    Explanation
    The word "trivial" means unimportant or insignificant. It is used to describe something that is of little value or significance.

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  • 4. 

    Select the best word that means to steal

    • A.

      Borrow

    • B.

      Pilfer

    • C.

      Taken

    • D.

      Lost

    • E.

      Bought

    Correct Answer
    B. Pilfer
    Explanation
    The word "pilfer" means to steal in a small or casual way, typically taking small amounts or items of little value. It is the most appropriate word among the options provided that conveys the act of stealing. "Borrow" means to take or use something with the intention of returning it, so it is the opposite of stealing. "Taken" and "lost" are past participles and do not directly imply stealing. "Bought" refers to purchasing something, which is not stealing. Therefore, "pilfer" is the correct answer.

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  • 5. 

    What is the definition of cuisine?

    • A.

      Delicate cooking

    • B.

      Style or type of food or cooking

    • C.

      Food from McDonalds

    • D.

      Thanksgiving dinner

    • E.

      Prepare food for cooking

    Correct Answer
    B. Style or type of food or cooking
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "style or type of food or cooking". Cuisine refers to a specific style or type of food or cooking that is characteristic of a particular region or culture. It encompasses the techniques, ingredients, and flavors that are unique to that style of cooking. It goes beyond just preparing food for cooking and includes the overall culinary traditions and practices associated with a specific culture or region.

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  • 6. 

    Select the word that best describes being very hungry

    • A.

      A need for food

    • B.

      Immaculate

    • C.

      Famished

    • D.

      Starving

    • E.

      Thirsty

    Correct Answer
    C. Famished
    Explanation
    The word "famished" best describes being very hungry. It conveys a strong sense of extreme hunger and a desperate need for food. The other options, such as "immaculate" and "thirsty," do not relate to hunger and are not synonymous with being very hungry.

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  • 7. 

    Select the word that best describes Immaculate.

    • A.

      Very dirty

    • B.

      Unclean

    • C.

      Beautiful

    • D.

      Spotless

    • E.

      Torn

    Correct Answer
    D. Spotless
    Explanation
    Immaculate means extremely clean and free from any dirt or blemishes. It suggests a high level of cleanliness and perfection. The word "spotless" perfectly captures this meaning as it implies the absence of any spots or stains, emphasizing the pristine condition of something. Therefore, "spotless" is the best word to describe immaculate.

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  • 8. 

    What does vivacious mean?

    • A.

      Unhappy

    • B.

      Tired

    • C.

      Lively

    • D.

      Sick

    • E.

      Playfull

    Correct Answer
    C. Lively
    Explanation
    Vivacious means full of energy, lively, and enthusiastic. It is used to describe someone who is vibrant, animated, and full of life. This word is often associated with a positive and cheerful demeanor.

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  • 9. 

    What does lenient mean.

    • A.

      Very strict

    • B.

      Not strict

    • C.

      Tough

    • D.

      Strong

    • E.

      Full of rules

    Correct Answer
    B. Not strict
    Explanation
    Lenient means not strict. It refers to a person or a set of rules that is forgiving, tolerant, or flexible in enforcing regulations or standards. A lenient approach allows for more freedom and understanding, often resulting in less severe consequences or punishments. This term is the opposite of being very strict, tough, or full of rules, as it implies a more relaxed or permissive attitude.

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  • 10. 

    What does obstacle mean?

    • A.

      Blocking

    • B.

      Moving

    • C.

      Running

    • D.

      Sitting

    • E.

      Open

    Correct Answer
    A. Blocking
    Explanation
    Obstacle means something that blocks or hinders progress or movement. It refers to a physical or metaphorical barrier that prevents someone or something from advancing or achieving a goal. In this context, "blocking" is the correct answer because it accurately represents the meaning of obstacle as an action or state of blocking or obstructing.

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  • 11. 

    Select the word that means to challenge or dare.

    • A.

      Lenient

    • B.

      Malady

    • C.

      Defy

    • D.

      Pilfer

    • E.

      Vivacious

    Correct Answer
    C. Defy
    Explanation
    The word "defy" means to challenge or dare. It implies refusing to obey or comply with something, often in a bold or confrontational manner. It suggests a rebellious or defiant attitude towards authority or rules.

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  • 12. 

    Which word means well spoken?

    • A.

      Rotund

    • B.

      Cuisine

    • C.

      Trivial

    • D.

      Ornate

    • E.

      Eloquent

    Correct Answer
    E. Eloquent
    Explanation
    The word "eloquent" means well spoken. It refers to someone who has the ability to express themselves fluently and persuasively in speech or writing.

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  • 13. 

    Select the correct meaning for "malady".

    • A.

      An injury

    • B.

      An illness

    • C.

      To be absent

    • D.

      Very clean; spotless

    • E.

      Lively; full of life

    Correct Answer
    B. An illness
    Explanation
    The correct meaning for "malady" is an illness. This word refers to a physical or mental disorder or disease that affects the body or mind. It is commonly used to describe a condition or sickness that causes discomfort or distress to an individual.

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  • 14. 

    What is the meaning of etiquette?

    • A.

      Does not have good manners

    • B.

      Good manners

    • C.

      Well spoken

    • D.

      Very clean

    • E.

      Full of life

    Correct Answer
    B. Good manners
    Explanation
    Etiquette refers to the customary code of polite behavior in society. It encompasses the rules and expectations that govern social interactions, such as showing respect, consideration, and politeness towards others. Having "good manners" aligns with the concept of etiquette, as it involves behaving in a courteous and respectful manner towards others. It includes actions such as saying "please" and "thank you," being punctual, and being mindful of personal space. Good manners help to create a positive and harmonious social environment.

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  • 15. 

    What 2 words mean rotund mean

    • A.

      Square

    • B.

      Oval

    • C.

      Round

    • D.

      Pear shaped

    • E.

      Plump

    Correct Answer(s)
    C. Round
    E. Plump
    Explanation
    The words "round" and "plump" both mean rotund. "Round" refers to a shape that is curved and without sharp edges or corners, while "plump" describes something that is pleasantly fat or full in a rounded way. Therefore, both words can be used interchangeably to convey the meaning of rotund.

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  • 16. 

    Which word means huge; immense

    • A.

      Lenient

    • B.

      Trivial

    • C.

      Biggest

    • D.

      Obstacle

    • E.

      Gargantuan

    Correct Answer
    E. Gargantuan
    Explanation
    The word "gargantuan" means huge or immense. It is the correct answer because it accurately describes something of great size or scale. "Lenient" means forgiving or not strict, "trivial" means unimportant or insignificant, "biggest" is a comparative form of "big" and does not specifically mean huge, and "obstacle" means something that blocks or hinders progress.

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  • 17. 

    Cherish means to

    • A.

      Care for or value

    • B.

      To be able to do something special

    • C.

      Have good manners

    Correct Answer
    A. Care for or value
    Explanation
    The word "cherish" means to care for or value something or someone deeply. It implies a strong emotional attachment and a desire to protect and nurture. When we cherish something, we hold it dear and treat it with great importance and affection. This word emphasizes the idea of valuing and appreciating the worth and significance of someone or something in our lives.

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  • 18. 

    Which word means a dangerous or embarrassing situation.

    • A.

      Malady

    • B.

      Pitfall

    • C.

      Obstacle

    • D.

      Awkward

    • E.

      Predicament

    Correct Answer
    E. Predicament
    Explanation
    The word "predicament" means a dangerous or embarrassing situation. It refers to a difficult or challenging circumstance that is often hard to escape from. It implies being caught in a tricky or problematic situation that may cause embarrassment or danger.

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  • 19. 

    What is the meaning of detest?

    • A.

      Hungry

    • B.

      Mean

    • C.

      To challenge or dare

    • D.

      To hate

    • E.

      To dislike

    Correct Answer
    D. To hate
    Explanation
    Detest means to hate intensely or strongly dislike something or someone. It goes beyond mere dislike and implies a deep aversion or repugnance towards the object of detestation.

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  • 20. 

    What word means to be able to do something quickly and easily handy skillfull

    • A.

      Eloquent

    • B.

      Gargantuan

    • C.

      Nimble

    • D.

      Adverse

    • E.

      Vivacious

    Correct Answer
    C. Nimble
    Explanation
    The word "nimble" means to be able to do something quickly and easily. It implies agility, dexterity, and quickness in movement or action. A nimble person is skilled and adept at performing tasks with ease and efficiency. This word accurately describes the ability to act swiftly and skillfully, making it the correct answer.

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  • 21. 

    Meddle

    • A.

      Different or unusual

    • B.

      To hold things back

    • C.

      To interfere or butt in

    • D.

      Not to interfere or butt in

    • E.

      Waste time

    Correct Answer
    C. To interfere or butt in
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "to interfere or butt in." This means that "meddle" refers to the act of getting involved in someone else's business or affairs without being invited or needed. It implies interfering or intruding in a situation where one's presence or involvement is not necessary or wanted.

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  • 22. 

    Unique

    • A.

      Elaborate

    • B.

      Beautiful

    • C.

      Different or unusual

    • D.

      To overcome

    • E.

      Have good manners

    Correct Answer
    C. Different or unusual
    Explanation
    The word "unique" means something that is different or unusual. It suggests that the thing being described is one of a kind and stands out from the rest. In this context, "unique" is the most fitting choice as it captures the essence of being different or unusual, which is not adequately conveyed by the other options.

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  • 23. 

    Meander

    • A.

      Walk away

    • B.

      To turn or wander

    • C.

      Go faster

    • D.

      Full of life

    • E.

      Anger

    Correct Answer
    B. To turn or wander
    Explanation
    The word "meander" means to turn or wander, typically referring to a leisurely or indirect movement. It does not mean "walk away," "go faster," "full of life," or "anger." Therefore, the correct answer is "to turn or wander."

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  • 24. 

    Wrath

    • A.

      Anger or rage

    • B.

      Happy

    • C.

      Full of life

    • D.

      Well spoken

    • E.

      To challenge or dare

    Correct Answer
    A. Anger or rage
    Explanation
    The word "wrath" is defined as anger or rage. This means that when someone is experiencing wrath, they are feeling intense anger or rage. This explanation aligns with the given options as "wrath" is not synonymous with being happy, full of life, well spoken, or daring. Therefore, the correct answer is anger or rage.

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  • 25. 

    Dilly dally

    • A.

      Slow

    • B.

      Playful

    • C.

      Waste time

    • D.

      Interfere

    • E.

      Hold back

    Correct Answer
    C. Waste time
    Explanation
    The phrase "dilly dally" means to waste time or procrastinate. It suggests engaging in unproductive or unnecessary activities instead of focusing on the task at hand. Therefore, the correct answer "waste time" accurately captures the meaning of the phrase.

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  • 26. 

    Accelerate

    • A.

      Slow down

    • B.

      Speed up

    • C.

      Disorganized

    • D.

      Running

    • E.

      Walking

    Correct Answer
    B. Speed up
    Explanation
    The given correct answer, "speed up," is a phrase that means to increase the rate or velocity of something. In the context of the other words listed, "accelerate" and "speed up" are synonymous and both indicate an increase in speed or pace. The other words, such as "slow down," "disorganized," "running," and "walking," do not convey the same meaning as "speed up" and are not related to the concept of increasing speed.

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  • 27. 

    Stifle

    • A.

      Hold back

    • B.

      Release

    • C.

      Overcome

    • D.

      To dislike

    • E.

      Talkative

    Correct Answer
    A. Hold back
    Explanation
    The word "stifle" means to hold back or suppress something. It implies restraining or preventing the expression, growth, or development of something. Therefore, "hold back" is the correct answer as it accurately captures the meaning of "stifle" in this context. It aligns with the idea of inhibiting or restraining something from happening or being expressed.

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  • 28. 

    Haphazard

    • A.

      Dangerous

    • B.

      Disorganized

    • C.

      Organized

    • D.

      Orderly

    • E.

      Accelerate

    Correct Answer
    B. Disorganized
    Explanation
    The word "haphazard" means lacking any organization or order. Similarly, the word "disorganized" means lacking organization or being chaotic. Therefore, "disorganized" is the correct answer as it is the closest in meaning to "haphazard".

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  • 29. 

    Triumph

    • A.

      Lose

    • B.

      Rage

    • C.

      Music

    • D.

      Overcome or win

    • E.

      Obstacle

    Correct Answer
    D. Overcome or win
    Explanation
    The word "triumph" is associated with the meaning of overcoming or winning. It signifies a sense of achievement and success after facing and overcoming obstacles or challenges. This word is often used to describe a victorious and positive outcome.

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  • 30. 

    Which word means to get

    • A.

      Buy

    • B.

      Brought

    • C.

      Acquire

    • D.

      Given

    • E.

      Accerate

    Correct Answer
    C. Acquire
    Explanation
    The word "acquire" means to obtain or gain possession of something. It implies the act of getting or obtaining something, often through effort or action. In this context, "acquire" is the most appropriate word that conveys the meaning of "to get."

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  • 31. 

    What does radiant mean?

    • A.

      Very dull

    • B.

      Grey

    • C.

      Very bright, shining

    • D.

      To surprise

    Correct Answer
    C. Very bright, shining
    Explanation
    Radiant means very bright and shining. It describes something that emits or reflects light in a strong and vibrant manner. It is the opposite of dull or grey, and it does not mean to surprise.

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  • 32. 

    What does abundant mean?

    • A.

      Not enough

    • B.

      Scarce

    • C.

      Full

    • D.

      Plentiful; alot

    • E.

      Gargantuan

    Correct Answer
    D. Plentiful; alot
    Explanation
    Abundant means having a large quantity or amount of something. It suggests that there is plenty or a lot of something available.

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  • 33. 

    Which word means to carry from place to place

    • A.

      Move

    • B.

      Carry

    • C.

      Vehicle

    • D.

      Travel

    • E.

      Transport

    Correct Answer
    E. Transport
    Explanation
    Transport means to carry from place to place. It is the act of moving people, goods, or materials from one location to another. This can involve using vehicles, such as cars, trucks, or trains, to physically carry items or individuals. Transport is a broader term that encompasses the concept of carrying or moving things, making it the correct answer in this context.

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  • 34. 

    Which word means to surprise or amaze

    • A.

      Astonish

    • B.

      Radiant

    • C.

      Eloquent

    • D.

      Cherish

    • E.

      Ornate

    Correct Answer
    A. Astonish
    Explanation
    The word "astonish" means to surprise or amaze someone. It implies a feeling of shock or disbelief caused by something unexpected or extraordinary. It suggests that something has greatly exceeded one's expectations or has left them in a state of wonder. "Radiant" means shining brightly, "eloquent" means fluent and persuasive in speech, "cherish" means to hold dear or treasure, and "ornate" means highly decorated or embellished. However, none of these words specifically convey the meaning of surprise or amazement like the word "astonish" does.

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  • 35. 

    Which word means to keep trying despite difficulties.

    • A.

      Trival

    • B.

      Immaculate

    • C.

      Ostacle

    • D.

      Defy

    • E.

      Persevere

    Correct Answer
    E. Persevere
    Explanation
    Persevere means to keep trying despite difficulties. It implies a determination to continue and not give up, even when faced with obstacles or challenges. This word emphasizes the importance of persistence and resilience in achieving goals or overcoming hardships.

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  • 36. 

    What does persevere mean?

    • A.

      To get

    • B.

      To challenge or dare

    • C.

      Different or unusual

    • D.

      To keep trying despite difficulties

    • E.

      Someone or something that gets in your way

    Correct Answer
    D. To keep trying despite difficulties
    Explanation
    Persevere means to keep trying despite difficulties. It implies a determination and persistence to continue working towards a goal or overcoming obstacles, even when faced with setbacks or hardships. This word suggests a strong will and the refusal to give up, highlighting the importance of resilience and perseverance in achieving success.

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  • 37. 

    What does novice mean?

    • A.

      Plentiful; a lot

    • B.

      Dificult

    • C.

      Huge; immense

    • D.

      Dangerous or embarrassing

    • E.

      A beginner

    Correct Answer
    E. A beginner
    Explanation
    Novice refers to someone who is a beginner or lacks experience in a particular skill or field. This term is commonly used to describe someone who is new to a specific activity or profession and is still learning the basics. It does not mean plentiful, difficult, huge, immense, dangerous, or embarrassing.

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  • 38. 

    What does drench mean?

    • A.

      Extremely heavy

    • B.

      To dry off

    • C.

      To get really wet all over... soak

    • D.

      Very clean

    • E.

      In water

    Correct Answer
    C. To get really wet all over... soak
    Explanation
    The word "drench" means to get really wet all over or to soak. It implies that something or someone is thoroughly saturated with water or another liquid. It suggests a state of being completely wet or soaked, rather than just being damp or partially wet.

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  • 39. 

    Which word means to be HONEST; TRUTHFUL

    • A.

      Essential

    • B.

      Radiant

    • C.

      Candid

    • D.

      Bizarre

    • E.

      Cherish

    Correct Answer
    C. Candid
    Explanation
    The word "candid" means to be honest and truthful. It is often used to describe someone who speaks openly and frankly without holding back any information or opinions.

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  • 40. 

    To be very important

    • A.

      Defy

    • B.

      Essential

    • C.

      Abundant

    • D.

      Novice

    • E.

      Triumph

    Correct Answer
    B. Essential
    Explanation
    The word "essential" means something that is absolutely necessary or crucial. In the given list of words, "essential" is the only word that conveys this meaning. "Defy" means to resist or challenge, "abundant" means plentiful, "novice" means a beginner, and "triumph" means a great victory. None of these words have the same meaning as "essential", making it the correct answer.

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  • 41. 

    What means to be unwilling, nervous, cautious, unsure

    • A.

      Bizzare

    • B.

      Arduous

    • C.

      Astonish

    • D.

      Reluctant

    • E.

      Rave

    Correct Answer
    D. Reluctant
    Explanation
    Reluctant means to be unwilling, nervous, cautious, or unsure about doing something. It implies a hesitation or resistance towards taking action or making a decision. In the given options, "reluctant" is the only word that accurately describes the mentioned characteristics. "Bizarre" means strange or unusual, "arduous" means difficult or demanding, "astonish" means to surprise or amaze, and "rave" means to praise enthusiastically. None of these words convey the same meaning as "reluctant".

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  • 42. 

    A figure of speech (or group of words) that has a special meaning when not taken literally.  A funny way of saying something seriously.  Example:  let the cat out of the bag or foam at the mouth.

    • A.

      Arduous

    • B.

      Persevere

    • C.

      Candid

    • D.

      Idiom

    • E.

      Vivacious

    Correct Answer
    D. Idiom
    Explanation
    An idiom is a figure of speech or group of words that has a special meaning when not taken literally. It is a way of expressing something in a funny or unique way. Examples of idioms include "let the cat out of the bag" and "foam at the mouth."

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  • 43. 

    What does colossal mean?

    • A.

      Immense; huge

    • B.

      Unusual

    • C.

      Very bright; shining

    • D.

      Round; plump

    • E.

      Gigantic; huge

    Correct Answer
    E. Gigantic; huge
    Explanation
    Colossal means gigantic or huge. It refers to something that is extremely large in size or scale. This word is used to describe something that is immense or enormous in proportion.

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  • 44. 

    What does bizarre mean?

    • A.

      Unusual; weird

    • B.

      Honest; truthful

    • C.

      Astonish

    • D.

      Different; usual

    • E.

      Lively; full of life

    Correct Answer
    A. Unusual; weird
    Explanation
    The word "bizarre" means something that is unusual or weird. It refers to something that deviates from the normal or expected, often in a strange or eccentric way. Therefore, the correct answer is "unusual; weird".

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  • 45. 

    What does ravenous mean?

    • A.

      Very hungry

    • B.

      An illness

    • C.

      Extremely hungry

    • D.

      To waste time

    • E.

      Abundant

    Correct Answer
    C. Extremely hungry
    Explanation
    The word "ravenous" is commonly used to describe someone who is extremely hungry. It implies a strong and intense desire for food, indicating a level of hunger that goes beyond just being hungry. Therefore, the correct answer is "extremely hungry".

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  • 46. 

    What does punctual mean?

    • A.

      To get

    • B.

      Meander

    • C.

      To keep trying

    • D.

      Very important

    • E.

      On time; prompt

    Correct Answer
    E. On time; prompt
    Explanation
    Punctual means being on time or prompt. It refers to the ability to arrive or complete tasks at the scheduled or expected time. Being punctual demonstrates reliability and respect for other people's time.

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  • 47. 

    What does arduous mean?

    • A.

      Fancy or showy

    • B.

      Adversary

    • C.

      Difficult

    • D.

      Weird

    • E.

      Unimportant

    Correct Answer
    C. Difficult
    Explanation
    Arduous means difficult.

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  • 48. 

    What does clarify mean?

    • A.

      To keep trying dispite difficulties

    • B.

      To care for or value

    • C.

      Able to do quickly

    • D.

      To make clear or understandable

    • E.

      To overcome

    Correct Answer
    D. To make clear or understandable
    Explanation
    The word "clarify" means to make something clear or understandable. It involves providing clear explanations or removing any confusion or ambiguity. It is the act of making something more easily comprehensible or resolving any doubts or uncertainties.

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  • 49. 

    To stop or accuse without showing proof.

    • A.

      Acquire

    • B.

      Allege

    • C.

      Candid

    • D.

      Meddle

    • E.

      Defy

    Correct Answer
    B. Allege
    Explanation
    To allege means to make a claim or accusation without providing evidence. It involves stating something as a fact or truth without necessarily having proof to support it. Therefore, alleging is the act of stopping or accusing someone without showing any concrete evidence to back up the claim.

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  • 50. 

    What does it mean to lollygag?

    • A.

      Dilly dally

    • B.

      Persevere

    • C.

      Unusual weird

    • D.

      To fool around; dawdle

    • E.

      Disorganized

    Correct Answer
    D. To fool around; dawdle
    Explanation
    To lollygag means to fool around or dawdle. It implies wasting time or being idle instead of focusing on the task at hand. This behavior is characterized by a lack of seriousness or purpose, often resulting in delays or inefficiency.

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