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English definition of “double-blind”


adjective     /ˌdʌb.əlˈblaɪnd/ US  /ˈdʌb.əlˈblɑɪnd/ specialized
a double-blind test is one, usually for a drug treatment, in which neither the subject nor the tester knows which treatment is given: a double-blind trialTesting, checking and experimenting
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