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positive vetting

noun [U]
 
UK
the detailed examination of a person's past, political beliefs, etc. in order to discover if they are suitable for a government job which might involve dealing with secret information
(對從事政府保密性工作的人進行的)道德審查,正面調查
Government administration and organisationTesting, checking and experimenting
Translations of “positive vetting”
in Chinese (Simplified) (对从事保密性政府工作的人进行的)道德审查,政审…
(Definition of positive vetting from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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