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inspectorate

noun [C] uk   us   /ɪnˈspek.tər.ət/ mainly UK
an official organization that sends inspectors to visit places and organizations in order to make certain they are in good condition and that the rules are being obeyed: the education/pollution/schools inspectorate
Translations of “inspectorate”
in Chinese (Traditional) 視察團,檢查團…
in Chinese (Simplified) 检查团…
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