September Admission 2019/2020 into Accra Institute of Techonology, Ghana - Undergraduate Programs

His attempts were "nippled in the Bud" (a)unsuccessful (b)cutshort (c)frustrated (d)disqualified?

His attempts were "nippled in the Bud" (a)unsuccessful (b)cutshort (c)frustrated (d)disqualified?

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Timai
1 year ago
B. Cutshort
fhemmy01
1 year ago
Hello, "Server". Well the answer is cutshort.

However, your question seems to have a bit of a typographical error, I suppose. It should be "nipped in the bud" and not "n***led".

The idiom means to bring something to an end in its early stages before it gets a chance to be established.
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