Definition of 'exploratory'
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Example sentences containing 'exploratory'
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`I expect they will to an exploratory operation first thing in the morning. GOODBYE CURATE (1984)But as he plotted his exploratory route memories of that odd encounter in the lobby that morning kept intruding. THE SOUND OF MURDER (1984)
There was nothing exploratory in this act, nothing of negotiation or the art of the deal. GENIE ON THE LOOSE (1984)
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In Common Usage. exploratory is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'exploratory'
British English: exploratory ADJECTIVE
Exploratory actions are done in order to discover something or to learn the truth about something.
Exploratory surgery revealed her liver cancer.
Definition of exploratory from the Collins English Dictionary
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