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test sth out

phrasal verb with test uk   us   /test/ verb [T]
to test something, especially a theory or an idea, to find out how it works in a practical situation or how people react to it: The students tested out their cost-cutting ideas in several companies.
Translations of “test sth out”
in Chinese (Traditional) 檢驗,試驗(尤指理論或想法)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 检验,试验(尤指理论或想法)…
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