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Vocab Based

Vocab Based

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Vocab / CAT PAPER - 2001-2004
Directions for questions 51 to 55:
Answer the questions based on the following information.For the word given at the top of each table, match the dictionary definitions on the left (A, B, C, D) with theircorresponding usage on the right (E, F, G, H). Out of the four possibilities given in the boxes below thetable, select the one that has all the definitions and their usages correctly matched.1.
Exceed
Dictionary definitionUsage
A.To extend outside of or enlargebeyond used chiefly in strictlyphysical relationsE.The mercy of God exceeds our finitemindsB.To be greater than or superior toF.Their accomplishments exceeded ourexpectation.C.Be beyond the comprehension ofG..He exceeded his authority when he paidhis brother's gambling debts with moneyfrom the trust.D.To go beyond a limit set by (as anauthority or privilege)H.If this rain keeps up, the river will exceedits banks by morning.
aAHBFCEDG
bAHBECFDGcAGBFCEDHdAFBGCHDE
Vocab Based Questions from CAT Paper2001 to 2004
CAT - 2001
 
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Vocab / CAT PAPER - 2001-2004
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Infer
Dictionary definitionUsageA.To derive by reasoning orimplicationE.We see smoke and infer fire.B.To surmiseF.Given some utterance, a listener mayinfer from it all sorts of things whichneither the utterance nor the uttererimplied.C.To point outG.I waited all day to meet him. From thisyou can infer my zeal to see him.D.To hintH.She did not take part in the debateexcept to ask a question inferring thatshe was not interested in the debate.
aAGBECHDF
bAFBHCEDGcAHBGCFDEdAEBFCGDH
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Mellow
Dictionary definitionUsage
A.Adequately and properly agedso as to be free of harshnessE.He has mellowed with age.B.Freed from the rashness of youthF.The tones of the old violin weremellow.C.Of soft and Ioamy consistencyG.Some wines are mellow.D.Rich and full but free fromstridencyH.Mellow soil found in the Gangeticplains.
 
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Vocab / CAT PAPER - 2001-2004
aAEBGCFDHbAEBFCGDHcAGBECHDFdAHBGCFDE
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Relief
Dictionary definitionUsage
A.Removal or lightening ofsomething distressingE.A ceremony follows the relief of asentry after the morning shift.B.Aid in the form of necessitiesfor the indigentF.It was a relief to take off the tightshoes.C.DiversionG.The only relief I get is by playingcards.D.Release from theperformance of dutyH.Disaster relief was offered to thevictimsaAFBHCEDGbAFBHCGDEcAHBFCGDEdAGBECHDF

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