Multiple choice questions
1. to stall
– to disappoint someone * I’ll give you another chance, but don’t let me down this time.
– to delay to give yourself more time * He didn’t have enough money to pay his rent and tried to stall the landlord by telling her that he had already sent a check in the mail.
– a phrase used to mean that it is too late to ask for something now; you should have asked for it earlier * The time to ask for a day off this week was last week when I was making up the schedule.
– to take the blame for something * Even though all four of the kids were responsible for breaking the window, Lionel took the heat.
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