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meaning of Absent-minded #1 (permalink) Thu Nov 04, 2004 7:34 am   meaning of Absent-minded
 

Test No. incompl/inter-3 "If you tend to forget", question 1

He tends to forget things very quickly and behaves more and more like the typical ......... professor.

(a) clear-minded
(b) absent-minded
(c) well-minded
(d) cool-minded

Test No. incompl/inter-3 "If you tend to forget", answer 1

He tends to forget things very quickly and behaves more and more like the typical absent-minded professor.

Correct answer: (b) absent-minded

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Absent-minded - scatterbrained #2 (permalink) Thu Nov 04, 2004 21:02 pm   Absent-minded - scatterbrained
 

Absent-minded means scatterbrained, unable to concentrate and think in a clear manner.

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meaning of Absent-minded #3 (permalink) Sat Feb 20, 2010 16:37 pm   meaning of Absent-minded
 

What about cool-minded,what does it mean?
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