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To wrinkle your nose? #1 (permalink) Wed Dec 28, 2005 14:05 pm   To wrinkle your nose?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #95 "Corporate Policy (III)", question 9

She implied her notable ......... for the her opponent by wrinkling her nose upon his arrival.

(a) un-tastiness
(b) tastelessness
(c) distaste
(d) distress

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #95 "Corporate Policy (III)", answer 9

She implied her notable distaste for the her opponent by wrinkling her nose upon his arrival.

Correct answer: (c) distaste

Your answer was: correct
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Wrinkle your nose #2 (permalink) Wed Dec 28, 2005 14:57 pm   Wrinkle your nose
 

Hi Deya,

This means that you are showing your disapproval/dislike by the way you screw up your nose.

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