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examination /ɪɡˌzæməˈneɪʃən, ɪɡˌzæmɪˈneɪʃən/ noun


بازپرسی ، معاینه کردن ، معالجه کردن ، ازمون ، ازمایه ، امتحان ، ازمایش ، محک ، بازرسی ، معاینه ، رسیدگی ، قانون ـ فقه: استنطاق ، روانشناسی: بررسی ، بازرگانی: معاینه ، علوم نظامی: بازجویی امتحان کردن
پزشکی: آزمایش

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

examination
[noun]
Synonyms:
- inspection, analysis, exploration, interrogation, investigation, research, scrutiny, study, test
- questioning, inquiry, inquisition, probe, quiz, test
Related Words: assay, breakdown, diagnosis, dissection, sifting, winnowing, canvass, catechization, inquiry, questioning, quizzing, testing

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

examination W2 /ɪɡˌzæməˈneɪʃən, ɪɡˌzæmɪˈneɪʃən/ noun
[Word Family: noun: exam, examination, cross-examination, examiner; verb: examine, cross-examine]

1. [countable] formal a spoken or written test of knowledge, especially an important one Synonym : exam:
The examination results will be announced in September.
He’s already taken the entrance examination.

2. [uncountable and countable] the process of looking at something carefully in order to see what it is like
examination of
a detailed examination of population statistics
under examination
The proposals are still under examination.
The issues need further examination.
on examination
On closer examination the vases were seen to be cracked.

3. [countable] a set of medical tests:
All patients had a complete physical examination.
A post-mortem examination (=an examination on a dead body) showed that he died from head injuries.

4. [uncountable and countable] law the process of asking questions to get specific information, especially in a court of law
cross-examine

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

examination
noun
I. exam
ADJ. difficult, stiff The stiff entrance examination removes 60 per cent of prospective students.
easy | important | entrance, matriculation, selection | end of term/year, final He has just completed his final examinations at London University.
professional, school | formal | competitive | external, public One of the teacher's principal duties is to prepare students for external examinations.
A level, GCSE, etc. | mock | multiple choice, oral, practical, written, viva voce
VERB + EXAMINATION prepare for, revise for, study for | enter for Students may enter for both examinations.
do, sit, take She will take her professional examinations later this year.
resit, retake | do well in, pass | do badly in, fail | set The examinations are set by individual teachers.
administer, invigilate | mark
EXAMINATION + NOUN paper, question | syllabus | candidate | grades, marks, results | certificate | hall, room | fee | technique | success
PREP. ~ in He failed his examination in history.
~ on an examination on human anatomy

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

examination
II. looking at sth carefully
ADJ. careful, close, detailed, full, lengthy, rigorous, thorough Each of the proposals deserves careful examination.
brief, cursory, superficial | initial, preliminary | critical The school curriculum has undergone critical examination in recent years.
clinical, forensic, medical, physical, post-mortem, psychiatric, scientific
VERB + EXAMINATION carry out, conduct, do, make, perform He carried out a post-mortem examination. We will make a more thorough examination of the area later.
come under, have, be subject/subjected to, undergo I was advised to have a full eyesight examination.
stand up to His ideas about social change do not stand up to close examination.
EXAMINATION + VERB reveal sth, show sth A medical examination showed no signs of hypertension.
EXAMINATION + NOUN couch She lay on the examination couch and waited for the doctor to return.
PREP. on ~ On closer examination the wood was found to be rotten.
under ~ Several items of clothing are still under examination.
~ by The school's controversial methods have come under examination by the local authority.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

examination

take an examination (also sit an examination British English)
Do you have to take an examination in every subject?
pass an examination (=succeed in it)
I really hope that Suzie passes the examination.
fail an examination
Michael had never yet failed an examination.
study for an examination (also revise for an examination British English)
I have been studying all week for the examination.
do well/badly in an examination
He did well in his examinations, and went on to study at MIT.
cheat in an examination
Any student caught cheating in an examination will be suspended.
a final examination (=at the end of a course)
My final examinations take place in June.
a written/oral examination
For French, there is an oral and a written examination.
a chemistry/French etc examination
Most of the pupils passed their science examination with flying colours.
an entrance examination (=to enter a school or university )
He had now failed the college entrance examination twice.
a mock examination (=a practice examination to prepare for the real one)
Mock examinations help you to prepare for the real thing.
A-level/high school etc examinations
The school usually achieves good results in GCSE examinations.
examination results
You will receive your examination results in the post.
an examination paper
There will be a choice of questions on the examination paper.
an examination question
Read the examination questions carefully before writing your answers.
examination revision
I need to find somewhere quiet to do some examination revision.
an examination script (=everything that someone writes in an examination)
I've just finished marking 200 examination scripts.
examination marks
On average, girls achieved higher examination marks that boys.
an examination pass
To apply, you need at least two A-level examination passes.
carry out an examination (also conduct an examination formal) (=examine something)
The police are carrying out an examination of the crime scene.
a careful examination
After a very careful examination of the evidence, we have ruled against the defendant.
a detailed examination
Scientists have carried out a detailed examination of the house.
a thorough/rigorous examination (=very careful)
There needs to be a thorough examination of these claims.
a close examination (=very careful and detailed)
A close examination of the figures revealed many discrepancies.
a brief examination (=quick, and not very detailed)
In chapter one, there is a brief examination of the economic situation in the country at the time.
a cursory examination (=very quick and not careful or detailed )
Even a cursory examination of the documents would reveal some serious problems.
a superficial examination (=looking only at things that are obvious and easy to see)
The police carried out a fairly superficial examination of the room.
a preliminary/initial examination
The inland revenue began a preliminary examination of his tax returns in August.
further examination (=a more detailed or careful examination)
The results of the experiment merit further examination.
forensic examination (=the scientific methods used for finding out about a crime)
The clothing was sent to the lab for forensic examination.
on closer examination
On closer examination, I could see a slight crack in the window.
under examination
The handling of the matter is under examination by congressional investigators.
have an examination
He was examined by Dr Bower yesterday and will have another examination today.
undergo an examination (=have one)
All new employees are required to undergo a medical examination.
conduct/perform an examination
The doctor will perform an examination in order to assess the problem.
an examination shows (also an examination reveals formal)
A second examination showed a small growth in his stomach.
a medical examination
We need to do a further medical examination.
a clinical examination (=by a doctor)
The clinical examination may not reveal anything abnormal.
a post-mortem examination (=an examination of a dead body to discover why the person died)
The post-mortem examination showed that he died from a blood clot in the brain.
a routine examination
I made an appointment at the dentist's for a routine examination.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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