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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishquizquiz1 /kwɪz/ ●●● S3 noun (plural quizzes) [countable]  1 AMTDLa competition or game in which people have to answer questions a love quiz in a magazine a general knowledge quizquiz show especially British English I get fed up with television quiz shows.quiz night British English a quiz night held in the local pub2 SESSEC American English a short test that a teacher gives to a class a biology quiz pop quizsee thesaurus at test
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quizHe gave us a quiz on the reading every other day.a quiz show on TVThe museum car also features computer games and quizzes to test visitors' knowledge of train lore and station architecture.Reluctantly, I let her lead me to a lodging database, then to a rather entertaining multiple-choice quiz.We have a history quiz every Monday.He likes giving pop quizzes, to see if the kids are remembering anything.This month's quiz - who knows what Ramalina is?Contestants enter by completing an online form and short quiz.Contestants line up for the quiz.Winners of the quiz will receive a trophy and prizes, including one for their school.general knowledge quizGood question for a general knowledge quiz.