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Noun
A procedure intended to establish the quality, performance, or reliability of something
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“The test results show that things are not as serious as we might have believed.”
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An examination of a person's proficiency or knowledge
“Qualified students then take the test annually to determine their academic proficiency.”
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The establishment of whether something is an instance of a specified quality
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“Would it be reasonable to say that the test of a good society is how it treats the vulnerable?”
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An ordeal or trial that someone is subjected to or has endured
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“The pauperism that we endured proved to be a great test.”
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A contest in which people or teams compete against each other in a particular sport
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Shell of a marine animal
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A dangerous situation
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A critical state of affairs requiring urgent action
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An attempt or effort towards an endeavor
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A session of vigorous physical exercise or training
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A test of someone's abilities or internal fortitude
Verb
To administer or assign an examination
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“Students were then provided a questionnaire to test their knowledge of the lecture material.”
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To put under severe strain
“Such conduct would most certainly test any marriage.”
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To examine critically and meticulously
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To oppress with severe or excessive burdens
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To sample the flavor of something orally
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To bring into competition or conflict with
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Demonstrate
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To dispute the validity of
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To identify and measure the chemical constituents of (a substance or specimen)
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To cause concern or anxiety
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To irritate or grate on, especially one's nerves
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To feel or manipulate with the hands
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Adjective
Being done for purposes of assessment
“The company hired someone for a test run of the 30-hour week, offering the same benefits given to staff members who work 40 hours.”
Adjective
Arranged or existing for the present, possibly to be changed later
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Belonging or happening near the beginning of a particular period
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Not yet used, done, or tested
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In a crude or unfinished state
Idiom
Series of trials
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