Daily English Practice Test

Q.  In the sentence given below a part is underlined and for that part options are given. Choose the most suitable option that can replace the underlined part.

He was not bothered about putting up with appearances because he was leaving the company soon.


a. Pushing up with
b. Pulling up with
c. Keeping up with
d. Meeting up with


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