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Settle the bill #1 (permalink) Tue Mar 22, 2005 21:38 pm   Settle the bill
 

Test No. incompl/advan-66 "Lunch is served", question 10

The worst part naturally of any meal whatever the time of day is having to ......... the bill.

(a) settle
(b) arrange
(c) manage
(d) control

Test No. incompl/advan-66 "Lunch is served", answer 10

The worst part naturally of any meal whatever the time of day is having to settle the bill.

Correct answer: (a) settle

Your answer was: incorrect
The worst part naturally of any meal whatever the time of day is having to control the bill.
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settle in this sense means.. what?
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Settle a bill #2 (permalink) Tue Mar 22, 2005 23:34 pm   Settle a bill
 

If you settle a bill, you pay the bill.

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