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test

noun   /test/
A1 a set of questions to find out how much someone knows or how well they can do something prueba a driving test You have to take a test.
B1 a short medical examination of part of your body or of something such as blood that is taken from your body análisis a blood test The doctors have done some tests to try to find out what’s wrong with her.
verb   /test/
B1 to give someone a set of questions in order to find out how much they know or how well they can do something examinar You’ll be tested on all the subjects we’ve studied this term.
to do a medical examination of part of someone’s body hacer pruebas de I’m going to get my hearing tested.
(Definition of test from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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
(Definition of test from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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