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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #15225: Synonyms
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    1. To become larger or higher: (                          ) .

    2. To increase in number or size very quickly : (                 ) up.

    3. To increase, become higher : (              ) .

    4. To start being successful or popular : (              ) off.

    5. To get better : (                       ) .

    6. To improve : (              ) up.

    7. To get better : (                       ) .

    8. To get bigger: (              ) .

    9. To get bigger,larger: (                    ) .

    10. Become small in size or number: (              ) .

    11. To drop suddenly : (                 )

    12. Become smaller : (                    ) .

    13. Become worse or smaller : (                       ) .

    14. To stop falling or rising : (                 ) off.

    15. To reach the highest point before falling : (              ) .

    16. To reach the lowest point before improving: (                    ) out.

    17. To change continuously : (                             ) .









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