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English definition of “double-blind”

double-blind

adjective uk   /ˌdʌb.l̩ˈblaɪnd/ us  
describes a study or trial, especially in medicine, in which two groups of people are studied, for example with one group taking a new drug and one group taking something else, but neither the people in the study nor the doctor knows which person is in which group
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