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To scrawl (sth) (across / in / on sth) to write sth in a careless untidy way, making it difficult to read SYN  To scribble Ex: I tried to read his directions, scrawled on a piece of paper. [v] Someone had scrawled all over my notes.

To scrawl (sth) (across / in / on sth) to write sth in a careless untidy way, making it difficult to read SYN  To scribble Ex: I tried to read his directions, scrawled on a piece of paper. [v] Someone had scrawled all over my notes.

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To scrape to remove sth from

a surface by moving sth sharp

and hard like a knife across it:

[vn, usually + adv. / prep.] She

scraped the mud off her boots.



133. Mr. Hansen’s ….. from

his position as chief

comptroller has been a shock

to all of us.

(A) resigning

(B) resigned

(C) resigns

(D) resign



134. Investors are relieved

that all ….. say the stock

market will bounce back in

the next six months.

(A) predicaments

(B) predilections

(C) predictions

(D) predicates



Predicament (n) a difficult or

unpleasant situation,

especially one where it is

difficult to know what to do

SYN  quandary:

the club’s financial

predicament



Predilection (n) [usually sing.]

predilection (for sth) (formal)

if you have a predilection for

sth, you like it very much

SYN  liking, preference



Prediction (n) a statement that

says what you think will

happen; the act of making

such a statement



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To scrawl (sth) (across / in / on sth) to write sth in a careless untidy way, making it difficult to read SYN  To scribble Ex: I tried to read his directions, scrawled on a piece of paper. [v] Someone had scrawled all over my notes.

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