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pilot

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/ˈpaɪlət/ MARKETING
a pilot product, programme, project, etc. is something that is tested first over a short period to see whether it is worth developing and investing in: pilot programme/scheme/study The pilot scheme proved that CCTV was a cost-effective way of reducing inner-city crime. The pilot episode of the series had the biggest viewing numbers of the year.
Translations of “pilot”
in Chinese (Traditional) 試驗性的,試點的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 试验性的,试点的…
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