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In the word legalization the root ______ means law. A. gal B. liz C. leg D. egal
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User: In the word legalization the root ______ means law. A. gal B. liz C. leg D. egal

Weegy: The most appropriate answer is, A. leg. In the word legalization the root leg means law.
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User: In the word mentality, the root word ment- means: A. soul B. mind C. fresh D. new

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User: In the word interrupting, the root word rupt means: A. burst B. stop C. fake D. break





Weegy: In the word interrupting, the root word rupt means: D. BREAK.
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