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Pick the correct Synonym :
Abandon

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6. attend, attend on or upon, be attendant on, dance attendance upon, tend; work for, labor in behalf of, serve, be of service to, render service to, do service for, Obs. adjuvate, minister to; cater to, pander to, wait on or upon, wait on hand and foot, be at [s.o.'s] beck and call.
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(all of gatherings or ceremonies) attend, be present at, be at, go or come to, be on hand, Inf. be on deck, sit in or at, find oneself at, show one's face, make or put in an appearance, Inf. show up; visit, take in, haunt, frequent, Inf. do, Inf. catch, Inf. check out. -n. 8. lift, hand, helping hand, Inf. boost or boost up; contribution. assistance, n. 1. help, aid, use, utility, avail, service, subvention, benefit, facilitation, helping hand, lift, boost; relief, succor, sympathy, consolation, comfort; friendship, championship, protection; support, patronage, backing, promotion, advocacy, countenance, care, upholding, sustenance, maintenance, favor, blessing, grace, sponsorship, auspices or auspice, good offices, kind regard; fosterage, furtherance, advancement, advance.
2. gift, donation, subsidy, bounty, charity, alms; kindness, beneficence, benevolence, benefaction, humanitarianism, altruism, philanthropy, almsgiving. assistant,
n. 1. helper, aid or aide, attendant, acolyte, deputy, auxiliary, second, man Friday, gal Friday, henchman, right hand, right-hand man, SI. gopher; partner, ally, comrade, colleague, associate, consociate, yokefellow or yokemate, companion, helpmate, helpmeet, Obs. helpfellow, co-worker, co-aid, consort, confrere, sidekick, friend, Chiefly Brit, mate; cooperator, collaborator, contributor, participator, participant; confederate, conniver, conspirer, conspirator, abettor, accomplice, accessory, Chiefly Law. accessary, partner in crime, SI. moll or gun moll; supporter, advocate, patron, patronizer, backer, endorser, upholder, sanctioner, approver; follower, disciple, adherent, partisan; satellite, sycophant, parasite, hanger-on, toady, yes-man.
2. subordinate, subsidiary, subaltern, clerk, underworker; servant, domestic, domestic servant, factotum, maid, maidservant, handmaiden
or handmaid, Archaic, ancilla, butler, valet, (in the British army) batman; underling, inferior, menial, SI. stooge; All Chiefly Mil. adjutant, coadjutant, coadjutor, coad-jutress or coadjutrix, adjunct, adjuvant, adjutator, Obs. adjutor; All Mil. aide-de-camp or Chiefly U.S. aid-de-camp, ADC, attache, adjutant general, staff or subordinate officer, camp assistant.
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3. helpful, helping, aidful, aiding, assisting, obliging, accommodative, accommodating, cooperative, available, at-hand, handy; auxiliary, ancillary, adjuvant, subsidiary, accessory, attendant, subservient, adjunct, Obs. adjutory, Obs., Rare, ad-jutorious. associate, v. 1. relate, connect, link, think of together or at the same time; ally, bond or tie together, wed, marry, yoke; attach, couple, mate, partner, match, twin, pair up; unite, combine, conjoin, correlate; affiliate, coalesce, league, club, team, band together, herd together, syndicate, federate, confederate, incorporate.
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Usu. associate with fraternize, socialize, mingle, mix; hobnob, take up with, go around with, rub elbows with, keep company with, Inf. pal around with, Inf. hang around with, Inf. go with, SI. hang out with Obs. consort; accompany, companion, keep [s.o.] company, befriend, go along with, SI. string along with, Archaic, company; escort, take out, go out with.
-n. 3. colleague, affiliate, fellow, equal,
Scot. and North Eng. marrow, Archaic, peer; fellow worker, coworker, yokefellow, yokemate; fellow member, compeer, consociate, condisciple; partner, counterpart, mate, teammate, helpmate, playmate, classmate, shipmate, messmate, housemate, roommate, Inf. roomie, Inf. other half, Inf better half, Obs. consort; ally, confrere, brother, sister.

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Misuse of noun/verb homonyms

Don't Say:
Becky played a good play of chess.

Say:
Becky played a good game of chess.

Note:
Some verbs and nouns do have the same form and analogous meaning in English The police fight a hard fight Heather dreams long vivid dreams. If you lie the he will catch you out' The company danced an African dance However, we seldom use the word like this. Usually we try to avoid it in some way: She fought a long battle with them. If you lie you will be caught out The company did an African dance.
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