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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #129565: Vocabulary:synonyms
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    Find the synonyms of the words in brackets.

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    1. The doctor ( )   [a...] her on contraception. (to recommend)

    2. Who will dare to ( )   [c...] corruption in the business world ? (to denounce)

    3. The spectators don't hesitate to ( )   [e...] their discontent and begin to walk out. (to voice)

    4. For next to nothing my daughter ( )   [w...]. (to complain)

    5. Ecologists ( )   [c...] with farmers who want to dig big water tanks against aridity. (to argue)

    6. He is so frightened that he ( )   [s...] to explain what he has seen in the street. (to stutter)

    7. Who wants to ( )   [r...] ? Not all at once ! ((to answer)

    8. She complains about her classmates who ( )   [ma...] her when she says a poem. (to laugh at) (3 words)

    9. I don't understand what he ( )   [sp...] ! (to stammer)

    10. A journalist ( )   [s...] foreign policy on television. (to defame)

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