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Bank PO :: Test 25
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Direction (Q. 1-10): In the following passage, there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each four words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.
A factor that air passengers give little thought to but which is a serious threat to air safety is (1) maintenance. In current global airline boom, competition is (2), which compels airlines to (3) costs and (4) output. In India, with a seat capacity considerably (5) of the demand, all airlines practise severe cost-cutting to (6). Faced with having to cut cost to (lie bone and maximise aircraft utilisation, a surprising number of airlines may cut (7) on aircraft maintenance, even at the (8) of compromising safety. While commercial aircraft are (9) to take much punishment, in the event of pilots flying into thunderstorms, there is a limit to the punishment that even the toughest aircraft can take when profitability takes (10) over safety.

(1).  1) expedient 2) incessant 3) routine 4) poor

A.    expedient B.    incessant
C.    routine D.    poor
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A factor that air passengers give little thought to but which is a serious threat to air safety is (1) maintenance. In current global airline boom, competition is (2), which compels airlines to (3) costs and (4) output. In India, with a seat capacity considerably (5) of the demand, all airlines practise severe cost-cutting to (6). Faced with having to cut cost to (lie bone and maximise aircraft utilisation, a surprising number of airlines may cut (7) on aircraft maintenance, even at the (8) of compromising safety. While commercial aircraft are (9) to take much punishment, in the event of pilots flying into thunderstorms, there is a limit to the punishment that even the toughest aircraft can take when profitability takes (10) over safety.

(2).  1) optimise 2)intense 3) destined 4) guarantee

A.    optimise B.    intense
C.    destined D.    guarantee
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A factor that air passengers give little thought to but which is a serious threat to air safety is (1) maintenance. In current global airline boom, competition is (2), which compels airlines to (3) costs and (4) output. In India, with a seat capacity considerably (5) of the demand, all airlines practise severe cost-cutting to (6). Faced with having to cut cost to (lie bone and maximise aircraft utilisation, a surprising number of airlines may cut (7) on aircraft maintenance, even at the (8) of compromising safety. While commercial aircraft are (9) to take much punishment, in the event of pilots flying into thunderstorms, there is a limit to the punishment that even the toughest aircraft can take when profitability takes (10) over safety.

(3).  1) falsify 2) lavish 3) minimise 4) incline

A.    falsify B.    lavish
C.    minimise D.    incline
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A factor that air passengers give little thought to but which is a serious threat to air safety is (1) maintenance. In current global airline boom, competition is (2), which compels airlines to (3) costs and (4) output. In India, with a seat capacity considerably (5) of the demand, all airlines practise severe cost-cutting to (6). Faced with having to cut cost to (lie bone and maximise aircraft utilisation, a surprising number of airlines may cut (7) on aircraft maintenance, even at the (8) of compromising safety. While commercial aircraft are (9) to take much punishment, in the event of pilots flying into thunderstorms, there is a limit to the punishment that even the toughest aircraft can take when profitability takes (10) over safety.

(4).  1) depress 2) productive 3)eurb 4) maximise

A.    depress B.    productive
C.    eurb D.    maximise
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A factor that air passengers give little thought to but which is a serious threat to air safety is (1) maintenance. In current global airline boom, competition is (2), which compels airlines to (3) costs and (4) output. In India, with a seat capacity considerably (5) of the demand, all airlines practise severe cost-cutting to (6). Faced with having to cut cost to (lie bone and maximise aircraft utilisation, a surprising number of airlines may cut (7) on aircraft maintenance, even at the (8) of compromising safety. While commercial aircraft are (9) to take much punishment, in the event of pilots flying into thunderstorms, there is a limit to the punishment that even the toughest aircraft can take when profitability takes (10) over safety.

(5).  1) ahead 2) less 3) more 4) saturated

A.    ahead B.    less
C.    more D.    saturated
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A factor that air passengers give little thought to but which is a serious threat to air safety is (1) maintenance. In current global airline boom, competition is (2), which compels airlines to (3) costs and (4) output. In India, with a seat capacity considerably (5) of the demand, all airlines practise severe cost-cutting to (6). Faced with having to cut cost to (lie bone and maximise aircraft utilisation, a surprising number of airlines may cut (7) on aircraft maintenance, even at the (8) of compromising safety. While commercial aircraft are (9) to take much punishment, in the event of pilots flying into thunderstorms, there is a limit to the punishment that even the toughest aircraft can take when profitability takes (10) over safety.

(6).  1) invest 2) survive 3) live 4) appraise

A.    invest B.    survive
C.    live D.    appraise
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A factor that air passengers give little thought to but which is a serious threat to air safety is (1) maintenance. In current global airline boom, competition is (2), which compels airlines to (3) costs and (4) output. In India, with a seat capacity considerably (5) of the demand, all airlines practise severe cost-cutting to (6). Faced with having to cut cost to (lie bone and maximise aircraft utilisation, a surprising number of airlines may cut (7) on aircraft maintenance, even at the (8) of compromising safety. While commercial aircraft are (9) to take much punishment, in the event of pilots flying into thunderstorms, there is a limit to the punishment that even the toughest aircraft can take when profitability takes (10) over safety.

(7).  1) out 2) taxes 3) across 4) corners

A.    out B.    taxes
C.    across D.    corners
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A factor that air passengers give little thought to but which is a serious threat to air safety is (1) maintenance. In current global airline boom, competition is (2), which compels airlines to (3) costs and (4) output. In India, with a seat capacity considerably (5) of the demand, all airlines practise severe cost-cutting to (6). Faced with having to cut cost to (lie bone and maximise aircraft utilisation, a surprising number of airlines may cut (7) on aircraft maintenance, even at the (8) of compromising safety. While commercial aircraft are (9) to take much punishment, in the event of pilots flying into thunderstorms, there is a limit to the punishment that even the toughest aircraft can take when profitability takes (10) over safety.

(8).  1) claim 2) formality 3) reminder 4) risk

A.    claim B.    formality
C.    reminder D.    risk
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A factor that air passengers give little thought to but which is a serious threat to air safety is (1) maintenance. In current global airline boom, competition is (2), which compels airlines to (3) costs and (4) output. In India, with a seat capacity considerably (5) of the demand, all airlines practise severe cost-cutting to (6). Faced with having to cut cost to (lie bone and maximise aircraft utilisation, a surprising number of airlines may cut (7) on aircraft maintenance, even at the (8) of compromising safety. While commercial aircraft are (9) to take much punishment, in the event of pilots flying into thunderstorms, there is a limit to the punishment that even the toughest aircraft can take when profitability takes (10) over safety.

(9).  1) designed 2) unable 3) rotated 4) originally

A.    designed B.    unable
C.    rotated D.    originally
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A factor that air passengers give little thought to but which is a serious threat to air safety is (1) maintenance. In current global airline boom, competition is (2), which compels airlines to (3) costs and (4) output. In India, with a seat capacity considerably (5) of the demand, all airlines practise severe cost-cutting to (6). Faced with having to cut cost to (lie bone and maximise aircraft utilisation, a surprising number of airlines may cut (7) on aircraft maintenance, even at the (8) of compromising safety. While commercial aircraft are (9) to take much punishment, in the event of pilots flying into thunderstorms, there is a limit to the punishment that even the toughest aircraft can take when profitability takes (10) over safety.

(10).  1) encouragement 2) influence 3) precedence 4) cover

A.    encouragement B.    influence
C.    precedence D.    cover
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