2014-2015 Cumulative Vocabulary Test #3: Question Preview (ID: 25273)


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What does the word aptitude mean?
a) natural ability, talent; ability to learn quicky b) a shortage of something c) a single incident or event; or a related group of these, making up a segment in a life or a long narrative d) a practice or procedure that is established by usage
What does the word emerge mean?
a) to come into view; to become known or clear b) to wind back and forth c) to move quickly or in a hurried way d) to break up and scatter
What does the word scarcity mean?
a) a shortage of something b) to move quickly or in a hurried way c) extremely careful about details d) a barrier that stops the progress of something
What does the word engross mean?
a) to take all the attention of; interest fully b) to break up and scatter c) to irritate or annoy very much d) to be extremely careful about details
What does the word meander mean?
a) to wind back and forth b) to break up and scatter c) to move quickly back and forth in a hurried way d) to come into view; to become known or clear`
What does the word scurry mean?
a) to move quickly or in a hurried way b) to wind back and forth c) to be careful with details d) to come into view; become known or clear
What does the word banish mean?
a) to send or put away; get rid of b) to block or stop the progress of something c) to irritate or annoy very much d) to break up or scatter around
What does the word exasperate mean?
a) to irritate or annoy very much b) to send or put away c) spit up or regurgitate d) to clean out a wound
What does the word meticulous mean?
a) extremely careful about details b) the state of being serene; calm; untroubled c) to be energized; excited d) to be movable in a way that is not steady
What does the word serenity mean?
a) the state of being calm; serene; untroubled b) to be energized; excited c) the state of being concerned about the future d) to be interested fully in something
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