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Same Words and Homographs with Multiple meanings

Absent (v): to keep (oneself) away: Most of the men are retired, jobless, or have otherwise temporarily absented themselves from the workplace. Accent (n): emphasis or importance in general: At this hotel, the accent is on luxury. Address (v): to prepare oneself; to apply one's skill or energies (to some object): These men addressed themselves to the task.

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