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Which of the following pairs represents a similiarity to the question?
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Question : Grandstand : Impress

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a. Patronize : alienate
b. hedge : reveal
c. equivocate : deceive
d. presume : disprove
e. upbraid : dislike
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tzec76 wrote:
Which of the following pairs represents a similiarity to the question?
Pls explain? Thanks.

Question : Grandstand : Impress

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a. Patronize : alienate
b. hedge : reveal
c. equivocate : deceive
d. presume : disprove
e. upbraid : dislike


GRE questions...here?

anyways..i think its E...

(excess) dislike ==> upbraid
(excess) impress ===> grandstand
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Correct. The answer is E.

Do you mean that dislike is the upbraid is the dislike to the extreme,
and grandstand is the extreme of impress?

(excess) dislike ==> upbraid
(excess) impress ===> grandstand
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Correct. The answer is E.

Do you mean that dislike is the upbraid is the dislike to the extreme,
and grandstand is the extreme of impress?

(excess) dislike ==> upbraid
(excess) impress ===> grandstand



yeah, thats correct.

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The actual answer is c, equivocate: deceive.
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