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What is it called when you find the exact meaning of a word or phrase based on its dictionary definition?

literal meaning******

familiar meaning

technical meaning

literary meaning

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  1. Yes

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  2. Technical meaning

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  3. #1 literal meaning
    #2 context
    #3 also known as/meening
    #4 technical meaning
    #5 a manual about car maintenance for car owners/a book about the history of space flight

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  4. For connection academy 6th grade it's
    1:B, literal meaning
    2: A, Context
    3: A, meaning & B, also known as
    4: C, Technical meaning
    5: A, a manual about car maintenance for car owners & C, a book about the history of space flight

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  5. anonymous is right i got 100%

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  6. i have only 4-

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  7. these are the answers to the Connotative Meanings Quick Check
    #1. literal
    #2. simile
    #3. The sunset was a masterpiece of brilliant oranges, pinks, and purples.
    #4. provide readers with a feeling.

    this is for Connexus kids only, idk about pearson

    to thank me subscribe to Fifa Hawk, he has 60 subs as of now, hope 60 becomes 100 :)

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  8. Is he right ?

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  9. Yup correct.

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  10. A normal smart kid is right

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  11. i have 5 questions🤔 im still thinking

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  12. Real answers

    Literal meaning

    Context

    Also known as and meaning

    Technical meaning

    A book about the history of space fight and a manual about car maintenance for car owners

    You're welcome

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  13. yup i got a 100

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  14. i am a connexus social studies teacher if i find out who yall are yall will be exiled from connexus

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  15. rebecca jay, you have answered many questions asking if people want answers. ;-;

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  16. also its not exiled, its expelled

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  17. - I'm just trying to find the answers here😀😩✋

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  18. but okay-

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  19. asdkhjdasjkh-

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  20. thanks @cake ASDKHJSADKJH

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  21. bro- the ADS HERE THO-

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  22. Answers are 1. D: Literal meaning 2. B: Context 3. C & D: meaning & also known as 4. C: technical meaning 5: B & E: a manual about car maintenance for car owners & a book about the history of space flight. these will help people in Connexus 6th grade Technical Definitions Quick check.

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  23. dont cheat

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  24. yeah dont cheats i said it dummies

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  25. Lance is correct.

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  26. 1. literal meaning

    2. Context

    3. meaning & also known as

    4. Technical meaning

    5. a manual about car maintenance for car owners & a book about the history of space flight

    100% correct

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  27. cake is correct:))

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  28. yall i got 100% listen to him!!!

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  29. 100 percent ty guys <3

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