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The White Cottage Mystery

Quiz by Evgeniia Pak

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24 questions
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  • Q1
    'push on' means
    to continue travelling somewhere
    to delay something; postpone
    to demand something repeatedly
    to leave
  • Q2
    'feel your gorge rise' means
    to feel insulted because someone has done or said something that shows that they think you are not important
    to feel that you are not skilled enough to do, esp. compared to other people doing the same thing
    to feel very sick or angry, especially when you see or smell something very unpleasant
    to feel ill frоm riding in a car
  • Q3
    'a report' means
    a sudden loud noise of or like an explosion or gunfire
    an abrupt change of subject
    a sudden bright flash
    an abrupt departure
  • Q4
    'harassed' means
    having too much decoration or too many colours
    wanting to do something very much and not allowing anyone or any difficulties to stop you
    tired and anxious because you have too much to do
    very pale, in a way that looks unhealthy and not attractive
  • Q5
    'curious' means
    not moving or changing suddenly
    extremely loving and loyal
    strange and unusual
  • Q6
    'to shoot' means
    to walk, moving from side to side
    to move or cause to move suddenly and rapidly in a particular direction
    to move slowly
    to walk in an awkward way
  • Q7
    'bear out' means
    to deal with a very sad or difficult situation in a brave and determined way
    to support the truth of something
    to take or carry something or someone away
    to show bravery despite difficulties
  • Q8
    'at variance' means
    acquiescing in to sth
    accepting to something, often unwillingly
    contemplating sth
    disagreeing with or opposing sb/sth
  • Q9
    'bang goes' means
    that's what happens
    sudden very loud noise
    that's the end of
    that's what it is
  • Q10
    'to hamper' means
    to not act quickly or immediately
    a large container with a lid
    to continue doing something, especially when this is difficult
    to hinder or impede the movement or progress of
  • Q11
    'to edge' means
    to limit something or control the freedom of someone
    to walk in an awkward way, usually because the feet or legs are injured
    to deceive, especially by playing a trick on someone
    to move slowly with gradual movements or in gradual stages
  • Q12
    'to hold out' means
    to remain strong or successful
    to stay strong or well
    to continue to resist or stand firm, as a city under siege or a person refusing to succumb to persuasion
    to make someone move quickly by pushing or pulling them along
  • Q13
    'fork out' means
    to make someone look or feel young and energetic again
    to separate something into parts and not allow those parts to mix together
    to spend a lot of money on sth, especially unwillingly
    to compartmentalize
  • Q14
    'send someone packing' means
    to send someone away; to dismiss someone, possibly rudely
    to send someone flying
    to send someone to prison
    to send someone something
  • Q15
    'bank on' means
    to not trust someone or something
    to base one's hopes or confidence on
    to take out a mortgage
    to quickly react to something that has been said or done

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