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Very weird SAT "sentence completion" question

The literal meaning of astronaut is "---"

a) Space Jockey
b) Cosmic navigator
c) Star sailor
d) Space pilot
e) Sky pilot

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    This is not a weird question if you checked the dictionary definition of "astronaut."

    Potential college students are expected to know how to use a dictionary.

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