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Meaning of “examination” - Learner’s Dictionary

examination

noun     /ɪɡˌzæmɪˈneɪʃən/
LOOKING AT [C, U]
B2 an occasion when someone looks at something very carefully: a medical examination a close examination of the factsAnalysing and evaluatingAssessing and estimating value
TEST [C] formal
A2 an exam: a written examinationExams, tests and exercises
Translations of “examination”
in Korean 시험, 진찰, 검진…
in Arabic امْتِحان, فَحْص…
in Portuguese exame…
in Catalan examen…
in Japanese 試験, 検査…
in Italian esame…
in Chinese (Traditional) 檢查, 審查, 調查…
in Russian обследование, рассмотрение, экзамен…
in Turkish inceleme, tetkik, sınav…
in Chinese (Simplified) 检查, 审查, 调查…
in Polish badanie, analiza, kontrola…
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