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Meaning of “exam” - Learner’s Dictionary

exam

noun [C]     /ɪɡˈzæm/
SCHOOL
A2 an official test of how much you know about something, or how well you can do something: a geography exam to fail/pass an exam UK to sit/ UK/US to take (= do) an exam Exams, tests and exercises
MEDICAL US
a series of medical tests: an eye examMedical examination
Translations of “exam”
in Korean 시험…
in Arabic امْتِحان…
in Portuguese exame…
in Catalan examen…
in Japanese 試験…
in Italian esame…
in Chinese (Traditional) 考試…
in Russian экзамен, осмотр, обследование…
in Turkish sınav, imtihan, muayene…
in Chinese (Simplified) 考试…
in Polish egzamin, badanie…
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