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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.

He does not like to be friendly with Sunita; he always $\textit{gives her a cold shoulder}$.

  1. Pushes her with his shoulder whenever they meet
  2. Insults her in the presence of others
  3. Argues with her on any issue
  4. Tries to be unfriendly by taking no notice of her
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Option D is the right answer.

To give someone a cold shoulder means to be indifferent to their presence or treat them in an unfriendly way.

Source: https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/give-someone-the-cold-shoulder

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