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test

verb [T]     /test/
EXPERIMENT
B2 to do something in order to discover if something is safe, works correctly, etc проводить испытания None of our products are tested on animals.Testing, checking and experimenting
MEDICAL
to do a medical examination of part of someone's body обследовать I'm going to get my hearing tested.Testing, checking and experimenting
EXAM
B1 to give someone a set of questions, in order to measure their knowledge or ability экзаменовать You'll be tested on all the things we've studied this term.Analysing and evaluatingAssessing and estimating valueQuestioning people and asking questions in generalCuriositySuspecting and questioning
SITUATION
B2 If a situation tests someone, it proves how good, strong, etc they are. испытывать, проверять Proving and disproving
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