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English, 11.04.2019 00:01

Read this paragraph.

1. the old fisherman floated on the black sea, boat bobbing from side to side as a frigid wind sliced through his threadbare sweater. though the fisherman and his wife were struggling to survive without much money, he thought happily of the meager but delicious dinner of homemade bread that was waiting for him at home

now, in paragraph 1, the word meager
a) indignant.
b) insufficient. ** (maybe this one? )
c) insulting.
d) interesting.

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