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Complete the following analogy: jaywalking : offense :: bottle : _____. A. jail B. drink C. stealing D. container
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User: Complete the following analogy: jaywalking : offense :: bottle : _____. A. jail B. drink C. stealing D. container

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jaywalking : offense :: bottle : container.
Jaywalking is a type of offense. Bottle is a type of container.
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