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test

noun /test/
a set of questions or exercises intended to find out a person’s ability, knowledge etc; a short examination
prueba, examen, test
an arithmetic/driving test.
something done to find out whether a thing is good, strong, efficient etc
prueba, examen, test; análisis (de sangre)
a blood test.
an event, situation etc that shows how good or bad something is
prueba
a test of his courage.
a way to find out if something exists or is present
ensayo, prueba
a test for radioactivity.
a test match.
partido internacional
test match noun in cricket, (one of) a series of matches between teams from two countries.
partido internacional
test pilot noun a pilot who tests new aircraft.
piloto de pruebas
test-tube noun a glass tube closed at one end, used in chemical tests or experiments.
tubo de ensayo
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