Definition of 'examine'
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It also pays to carefully examine any medication the patient is taking. Times, Sunday Times (2016)An onboard doctor examined him, and he slept for a few hours. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Ministers have been examining proposals to ban all-out strikes in certain industries, which could force workers to maintain a skeleton service during walkouts. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The inspectors strokes would arrive to examine your kit again. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You may want to listen carefully and examine what your opinion is. POSITIVE THINKING: Everything you have always known about positive thinking but were afraid to put into practice (2001)Would he also ask that his doctor examine him on a wavy examination table? Times, Sunday Times (2012)But cops are examining the case again following a recommendation last year. The Sun (2010)They think the squatting woman is about to be examined by a doctor. Times, Sunday Times (2012)His new system would make sure all new applicants are examined by a doctor. The Sun (2012)The day after that, she came back again and examined it anew. Modern Literatures of the Non-Western World: Where the Waters Are Born (1995)When treating the pain, examine carefully for tender points and treat these. Drug-Free Pain Relief (1987)To answer that question, one must carefully examine their detailed arguments and interpretations of specific passages. Christianity Today (2000)The rooms were carefully examined, and results all pointed to an abominable crime. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1892)Physical examination Your doctor will also examine you for additional clues. BMA Family Doctor Guide - Heart Disease (1989)If your friendly financial expert produces a magic wand, examine it very carefully indeed. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Here, a public health doctor examines the lining of eyelids. The American Nation: A History of the United States to 1877 (1995)It was set up almost three years ago to streamline the planning process for big infrastructure projects but has only begun formally examining two proposals. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He was trapped when police examined the case again and found a DNA match to him. The Sun (2011)This is when I strip back the dead leaves and branches and get to examine the groundwork again. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I examine the app again and it shows me Instagram photos of men with facial hair in the cafe. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There was little sleep for the shipyard representatives, who moved throughout the ship examining, testing and adjusting. Titanic - Destination disaster (1987) Test cricket can examine bravery, it can expose technical frailties, and it can take players into new territory. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Sunday morning forced a change of heart: instead, the remains were preserved beneath a concrete shell against the day when they could be examined again. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'examine'
British English: examine /ɪɡˈzæmɪn/ VERB
If you examine something, you look at it or consider it carefully.
He examined her passport.
- American English: examine
- Arabic: يَفْحَصُ يستجوب
- Brazilian Portuguese: examinar
- Chinese: 考试
- Croatian: pregledati
- Czech: zkoumat
- Danish: undersøge
- Dutch: onderzoeken
- European Spanish: examinar inspeccionar
- Finnish: tutkia tarkastella
- French: examiner
- German: untersuchen
- Greek: εξετάζω
- Italian: esaminare
- Japanese: 試験する
- Korean: 조사하다
- Norwegian: undersøke
- Polish: zbadać
- European Portuguese: examinar
- Romanian: a examina
- Russian: осматривать
- Spanish: examinar indagar
- Swedish: undersöka
- Thai: ตรวจสอบ
- Turkish: incelemek
- Ukrainian: досліджувати
- Vietnamese: kiểm tra
Definition of examine from the Collins English Dictionary
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