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Translation of "vet" - English-Turkish dictionary

vet

verb [T]
 
 
/vet/ ( present participle vetting, past tense and past participle vetted)
to look at details of someone's life, in order to make sure that they are suitable for a particular job
dikkatle araştırma yapmak
[often passive] Applicants for the job are carefully vetted.Analysing and evaluatingAssessing and estimating value
Translations of “vet”
in Vietnamese xem xét chặt chẽ…
in Spanish investigar, examinar…
in Thai ตรวจสอบ…
in Malaysian menyemak…
in French examiner de près…
in German untersuchen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 審查,檢查…
in Indonesian menyidik…
in Russian проверять (кандидата на должность)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 审查,检查…
in Polish weryfikować…
(Definition of vet verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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