The question was half complete but guy above me was technically correct aswell.
The answer in C. Blurry- boffo
D. It will be harder to get a good rate on a mortgage when you buy a house.
How people use it - Nice or kind
Standard meaning - Characteristics of sugar or honey; not salty, sour, or bitter.
How people may use it - Friend
Standard meaning - A man; a guy
How people may use it - slow; unintelligent
Standard meaning - fair or pale yellow (hair)
There are many possible answers to this question.
Four words that are commonly used in a different meaning than the standard or original are:
Cop: used in the expression "Cop or drop?" to ask if the object should be gotten (cop) by the speaker or not. It also refers to the police. The original meaning: cop means to steal or to buy (usually narcotics).
Dog: used in many different ways, it mostly refers to a fellow or the bad quality of something. As known, a dog is a four-legged animal usually kept as a pet.
Sweet: used as a synonym for nice.
However, sweet means that something tastes like sugar or honey or something similar.
Lit is another word used in a lot of ways. It could refer to the good characteristics of something or someone; on the other hand, it also means that somebody is under the effects of alcohol. However, lit is the past and past participle of the verb light, that means to burn, among other things.