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In the following question, part of the sentence is italicised. Four alternative meanings of the italicised part of the sentence are given below the sentence. Mark as your answer that alternative meaning which you think is correct.

I cannot $\textit{put up with}$ that nasty fellow:

  1. Praise
  2. Forgive
  3. Endure
  4. Control
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Option C is the right answer.

To put up with someone means to endure or tolerate their unpleasant behaviour.

Refer: https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/put-up-with-someone-something?q=put+up+with+someone%2Fsomething

 

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