quiz

[n] - an examination consisting of a few short questions 2. [v] - examine someone`s knowledge of something
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Quiz

Quiz (kwĭz) noun [ It is said that Daly, the manager of a Dublin playhouse, laid a wager that a new word of no meaning should be the common talk and puzzle of the city in twenty-four hours. In consequence of this the letters q u i z were chalked by him on all the walls of Dublin, with an effe...
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Quiz

Quiz intransitive verb To conduct a quiz. See Quiz , noun , 4. [ U.S.]
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quiz

noun an examination consisting of a few short questions
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Quiz

• (v. t.) To instruct in or by a quiz. See Quiz, n., 4. • (v. t.) To peer at; to eye suspiciously or mockingly. • (n.) An odd or absurd fellow. • (n.) A riddle or obscure question; an enigma; a ridiculous hoax. • (n.) One who quizzes others; as, he is a great quiz. • (v. i.) To conduct a quiz. See Quiz, n., 4. • (...
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Quiz

A form of game or puzzle in which the players (as individuals or in teams), attempt to answer questions correctly. A quiz usually is a form of student assessment, but often has fewer questions of lesser difficulty and requires less time for completion than a test.
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Quiz

A quiz is a form of game or mind sport in which the players (as individuals or in teams) attempt to answer questions correctly. In some countries, a quiz is also a brief assessment used in education and similar fields to measure growth in knowledge, abilities, and/or skills. Quizzes are usually scored in points and many quizzes are designed to det...
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