You May Think at First that It is Queer to Talk of Having Too Much Paper Money and that Money is So Nice and Useful that You Cannot Have Too Much of It. - English Language

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Choose the correct answer which is closest in meaning to the word phrase in bold given in the sentence. Indicate your option.

You may think at first that it is queer to talk of having too much paper money and that money is so nice and useful that you cannot have too much of it.

Options

  • Ridiculous 

  • Absurd 

  • Anomalous

  • Odd

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Solution

Anomalous

Explanation:

In the given sense 'queer' means peculiar. Therefore the option anomalous is the correct choice. The option, odd is synonymous to queer but is not correct in the given context. Other options do not fit.

Concept: Idioms and Phrases (Entrance Exams)
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