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breath testnoun [C]

 /ˈbreθ ˌtest/
a test in which the police ask a driver to blow into a special device to show whether the driver has drunk too much alcohol to drive
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breath testnoun [C]

uk   /ˈbreθ ˌtest/  us   /ˈbreθ ˌtest/
a test in which the police ask a driver to blow into a breathalyser (= a device shaped like a bag) to show if they have drunk too much alcohol to be allowed to drive
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