A. an excuse, especially to avoid blame
B. being persistent, stubborn, or obstinate
C. having become solid, firm, or coherent
D. any article used in some activity, especially an instrument, tool, or utensil
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My parents respect my career choice, so I ______ follow in their footsteps.
B. don‘t have to
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Don’t rock the boat regarding the inheritance. The underlined idiom means
A. cause a problem
B. hear rumors
D. wishing someone good luck
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