LADY MACBETH. Come on;
Gentle my lord, sleek o'er your rugged looks;
Be bright and jovial among your guests to-night.
William Shakespeare, Macbeth, Act III, scene ii
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Which of the following is the best translation of the text?
A. Stop acting like you're so upset and be sure to look happy and cheerful for your guests tonight.
B. You look too happy for someone who has so recently committed such a horrible crime.
C. Your rugged good looks make you the perfect king, and your loyal subjects await your command.
D. Your guests suspect that you are responsible for the king's death, so beware.
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A and D seem to be the most likely answers.
Due to the plot of Macbeth and the scene you the question gives you, it is more than likely D due to the suspicion the people the kingdom have of Lord Macbeth.
So the answer is D, yes.