5 years ago in English Comprehension

To win laurels

[A] To earn great prestige
[B] To be victorious in a game
[C] To be disappointed
[D] TO memorise
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SUDHANSHU RANJAN
SUDHANSHU RANJAN - 9 months ago

SUDHANSHU RANJAN is saying TO memorise is correct answer

Nazia Sayed
Nazia Sayed - 3 years ago

Nazia Sayed from Mumbai, India is saying To earn great prestige is correct answer

Girish Kachkute
Girish Kachkute - 3 years ago

Girish Kachkute from Mumbai, India is saying To earn great prestige is correct answer

Sayed badruzama
Sayed badruzama - 3 years ago

Sayed badruzama from Mumbai, India is saying To earn great prestige is correct answer

Satyajit Sharma
Satyajit Sharma - 3 years ago

Satyajit Sharma from Durgapur, India is saying To earn great prestige is correct answer

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