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To quit (as sth) (informal) to leave your job, school, etc.: If I don’t get more money I’ll quit.

To quit (as sth) (informal) to leave your job, school, etc.: If I don’t get more money I’ll quit.

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To nag (at sb) to keep

complaining to sb about their

behaviour or keep asking

them to do sth

SYN  To pester:

Stop nagging—I’ll do it as

soon as I can.



1. Although the new

accountant enjoys working

(A) here, he is considering to

transfer (B) or quitting (C)

because he dislikes the

supervisor nagging (D) him so

much.



2. Ms. Smith wanted meeting

(A) her coworkers, who

always gather to have (B)

lunch in the employee

cafeteria, but she had to

postpone (C) lunch in order to

finish typing (D) one last

letter.



To gather to come together, or

bring people together, in one

place to form a group



2. Ms. Smith wanted meeting

(A) her coworkers, who

always gather to have (B)

lunch in the employee

cafeteria, but she had to

postpone (C) lunch in order to

finish typing (D) one last

letter.



3. Not only did we forget to

turn off (A) the lights, but we

also failed locking (B) the

door, to check (C) that nobody

was still inside, and to turn on

(D) the alarm.



3. Not only did we forget to

turn off (A) the lights, but we

also failed locking (B) the

door, to check (C) that nobody

was still inside, and to turn on

(D) the alarm.



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To quit (as sth) (informal) to leave your job, school, etc.: If I don’t get more money I’ll quit.

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