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The soldiers were ordered to DEFEND the castle.

Verbs 21 (Age 6) - Including resolve and repair

What do ‘defend’, ‘distinguish’ and ‘dominate’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘to retain or keep in good condition’? This quiz has the answers.

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In each question you will be shown four words. All you have to do is choose which one matches the meaning given.
1.
To snap or break
HIGHLIGHT
TAP
RESIST
SPLIT
She split the biscuit into two and nibbled the pieces slowly.
2.
To safeguard or protect
DEFEND
PRISE
LOCATE
GRIN
The soldiers were ordered to defend the castle.
3.
To make an effort
BORROW
BOTHER
DRAG
POSE
I don't bother styling my hair every day.
4.
To control or lead. Be the biggest, most important or best
COMPETE
PRACTISE
CELEBRATE
DOMINATE
The business planned to dominate the market.
5.
To differentiate or tell one thing from another
SUBMIT
INVEST
DISTINGUISH
DETECT
She struggled to distinguish between dream and reality.
6.
To retain or keep in good condition
REVERSE
PRESERVE
PERCEIVE
COMPRISE
Fridges preserve food for longer.
7.
To value or be grateful for
RECKON
APPRECIATE
WHISPER
EXPOSE
I really appreciate our weekly coffee mornings.
8.
To restore or fix
REPAIR
YIELD
BEND
OVERCOME
I can repair your watch but it will take some time.
9.
To find the solution to a problem
POUR
SWEEP
RESOLVE
BURST
The team had to resolve the problem of why the machine kept malfunctioning.
10.
To locate or search for
SPELL
SCREAM
DISTRIBUTE
TRACE
I'm going north next week to trace my ancestors.
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