Verbal Ability - Verbal Analogies - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Verbal Analogies - Section 1 (Q.No. 10)
Directions to Solve
Each question consist of two words which have a certain relationship to each other followed by four pairs of related words, Select the pair which has the same relationship.

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Asdfghjkl said:   7 years ago
Weight also measured by the scale. Why not it will be the answer?

Hossain Ahmed Durjoy said:   8 years ago
Distance is measured by a mile and the liquid is measured the by litre. So the answer will be A.

Roshan Roy said:   8 years ago
The answer is [A]. Liquid:litre because liquid is measured in litres. So the answer is [A]. Liquid:litre.

Golrease said:   9 years ago
"Liquid" is not measured in litres. Volume is measured in litres.

Kundan Sharma said:   10 years ago
I think distance is a physical quantity and mile is its unit but liquid is a state of matter i.e. it is a matter not a physical quantity. It's mass or volume or density etc are the physical quantity. The unit of volume is liter. In a straight way we can say that distance is measured in mile and liquid can be measured in liter. But is it correct scientifically?

Gana said:   1 decade ago
Actually it should be "volume:litre" instead of "liquid:litre".

Gana said:   1 decade ago
I think it should be volume:litre instead of liquid:litre.

Abid ali said:   1 decade ago
A option is correct because first word show quantity and 2nd represent unit.

Nani said:   1 decade ago
Bushel is the unit of volume for measuring corns. If the words bushel and corn interchange their positions above, then option B will also be correct.

Vani said:   1 decade ago
Generally Liquid is measured in litres. This is the right answer. The remaining all are not closer.

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