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Predilection (n) [usually sing.] predilection (for sth) (formal) if you have a predilection for sth, you like it very much SYN  liking, preference

Predilection (n) [usually sing.] predilection (for sth) (formal) if you have a predilection for sth, you like it very much SYN  liking, preference

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Prediction (n) a statement that

says what you think will

happen; the act of making

such a statement



Predicate (n) (grammar) a

part of a sentence containing a

verb that makes a statement

about the subject of the verb,

such as went home in John

went home.



135.This new trade agreement

has created all kinds of …..

possibilities for both our

countries.

(A) excited

(B) exciting

(C) excitement

(D) excitable



Excited (about / at / by sth) |

excited (to do sth) feeling or

showing happiness and

enthusiasm:

Ex: The children were excited

about opening their presents.



Exciting (adj.) causing great

interest or excitement:

one of the most exciting

developments in biology in

recent years



Excitable (adj.) (of people or

animals) likely to become

easily excited:

a class of excitable ten-yearolds  

Excitability (n)



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Predilection (n) [usually sing.] predilection (for sth) (formal) if you have a predilection for sth, you like it very much SYN  liking, preference

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