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Translation of "experiment" - English-Spanish dictionary

experiment

noun   /ɪkˈsper·ɪ·mənt/
B1 a test, especially a scientific one, that you do in order to discover if something is true experimento We do lots of experiments in class.
verb   /ɪkˈsper·ɪ·ment/
to try something in order to discover what it is like experimentar Did he ever experiment with drugs?
to do an experiment experimentar He’s against experimenting on animals.
(Definition of experiment from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

experiment

noun /ikˈsperimənt/
a test done in order to find out something, eg if an idea is correct experimento He performs chemical experiments experiments in traffic control We shall find out by experiment.
experimental /-ˈmentl/ adjective
of, or used for an experiment experimental experimental teaching methods.
experimentally adverb
de forma experimental
experimentation noun
the practice of making experiments experimentación They found the solution by a process of experimentation.
(Definition of experiment from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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