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Question 521
A
respect
B
regard
C
disregard
D
consideration
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Correct option: B
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Question 522
A
imitate
B
replicate
C
implicate
D
fabricate
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Correct option: B
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Question 523
A
does not he
B
does he not
C
does he
D
doesn't he
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Correct option: C
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Question 524
A
used
B
are used
C
were used
D
use
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Correct option: A
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Question 525
A
recall
B
obstruct
C
obiterate
D
eulogize
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Correct option: A
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Question 526
A
as / much as
B
more / as
C
less / than
D
at least as / but
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Correct option: A
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Question 527
A
reconcile
B
recommend
C
re-present
D
reconstitute
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Correct option: A
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Question 528
A
diffuse
B
insulate
C
detonate
D
defuse
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Correct option: D
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Question 529
A
Have being
B
Have been
C
Have I been
D
Having been
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Correct option: D
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Question 530
A
power
B
effort
C
grease
D
energy
Explanation

More grease to your elbow is an English idiom that is pretty informal and used more often in informal occasions than it is used in formal occasions. Basically the expression is used when you want to praise the success someone is making and encourage them to continue working harder.


Correct option: C

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