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Translation of "inspect" - English-Spanish dictionary

inspect

verb   /ɪnˈspekt/
to look carefully at something to see if there is anything wrong inspeccionar Clara inspected her make-up in the mirror.
(Definition of inspect from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

inspect

verb /inˈspekt/
to look at, or examine, carefully or formally examinar, escudriñar, revisar The detective inspected the bloodstains on the carpet.
to visit (eg a restaurant or school) officially, to make sure that it is properly run inspeccionar Cafés must be regularly inspected to find out if they are kept clean.
to look at (troops etc) ceremonially pasar revista The Queen will inspect the regiment.
inspection /-ʃən/ noun
inspección The car has to undergo its annual inspection tomorrow.
inspector noun
a person appointed to inspect inspector a school inspector.
a police officer below a superintendent and above a sergeant in rank. inspector
(Definition of inspect from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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