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quiz 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/kwiz/,
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quizzes, plural;
  1. Look curiously or intently at (someone) through or as if through an eyeglass
    • - deep-set eyes quizzed her in the candlelight
  2. Make fun of
    • - he says there's a great deal of poetry in brewing beer, but of course he's only quizzing us
Noun
  1. A practical joke or hoax; a piece of banter or ridicule
    • - I am impatient to know if the whole be not one grand quiz
  2. A person who ridicules another; a hoaxer or practical joker
    • - braving the ridicule with which it pleased the quizzes to asperse the husband chosen for her
  3. A person who is odd or eccentric in character or appearance
    • - she means to marry that quiz for the sake of his thousands

  1. an examination consisting of a few short questions
  2. examine someone's knowledge of something; "The teacher tests us every week"; "We got quizzed on French irregular verbs"
  3. A quiz is a form of game or mind sport in which the players (as individuals or in teams) attempt to answer questions correctly. Quizzes are also brief assessments used in education and similar fields to measure growth in knowledge, abilities, and/or skills.
  4. A competition in the answering of questions; A school examination of less importance, or of greater brevity, than others given in the same course; To hoax; To question closely, to interrogate
  5. A Money Detective tool designed for a bit of fun to allow you to get to know yourself a little better. By taking the challenge and going into our Quizzes and answering the questions honestly, you will start to uncover some truths about yourself that maybe you didn’t really know.
  6. a short test, usually given without warning
  7. an application common in many web conferencing solutions that enable you to assess learning outcomes.
  8. Take the Quiz: Listen to the speaker say the word then choose the English to match it
  9. bistro pastime where alcohol is eschewed in order to better tackle questions of Tudor lineage and pre-Raphaelites [DA]
  10. Short written or oral test; a quiz is less formal than an examination.
  11. The Quiz module provides tools for authoring and administering quizzes through Drupal. A quiz is given as a series of questions, with only one question appearing per page. Scores are then stored in the database. ...
  12. A small test which is given during class time and sometimes without advanced notice. It is generally worth fewer marks than a formal test or exam. When given without notice it may also be referred to as a ‘pop quiz.’
  13. (origin: Charles Daley): Like any other you have seen. Puzzling questions, limited time, makes you wish you knew more and of course the quizmaster's decisions final.
  14. A strange-looking fellow, an odd dog.
  15. is like a test, but it is a shorter and less comprehensive evaluative instrument.  A quiz usually includes one or two formats and concentrates on one or two aspects of the language.  Quizzes are often used for short-term evaluation purposes.
  16. is just that. I failed, miserably.
  17. Match the following:
  18. shows usually involves members of the public, but sometimes special shows are aired in which celebrities take part and the prizes are given to charity.