- n.检查; 考试; 询问，审问
- 复数: examinations;
The Navy is to carry out an examination of the wreck tomorrow.
That question did come up in the examination.
The country's fixation on the war may delay a serious examination of domestic needs.
How well does this thesis stand up to close examination?
Further examination is needed to exclude the chance of disease.
The examination of all the eyewitnesses took a week.
Examination is by continuous assessment.
Her illness exempted her from the examination.
At the examination he peeped at his neighbour's paper.
The teacher entered all his students for the examination.
The whole class gathered around the student who had been unfairly failed, and demanded another examination.
She nursed her brother through the examination.
The examination results humbled him.
He shone in an examination.
Tomorrow he will supervise all the pupils taking the English examination.
In the examination paper Qestion 2 was a gift.
考卷中第二道题是个送分题. (本句中的gift不 可换用present)
He bol ( l ) ixed up his final examination.
The candidate will take an oral examination.
Examination confirmed that the quality of the products was up to specification.
You must make a critical examination of your bad behavior.
This examination is divided into two parts and covers the following subjects.
You must pass the examination to get credit for the course.
The teacher distributed the examination papers round the class.
She flunked her English examination.
I congratulated him on having passed the examination.
Any product that promises to protect your home deserves careful examination.
Preparing for as oral examination.
I think they do better academically and you can measure that very crudely from the examination results,I also think they do better academically because they have more opportunities to take the leading role in discussions and in managerial responsibilities.
The publisher, fearful of being cheated, forced her to submit to his scholarly examination by a board of educated men, including the colonial governor
Go through a scholarly examination.
But in keeping with our examination of southern intellectual life, we may consider the original Puritans as carriers of European culture adjusting to New world circumstances.
1. the act of examining something closely (as for mistakes)
2. a set of questions or exercises evaluating skill or knowledge;
"when the test was stolen the professor had to make a new set of questions"
3. formal systematic questioning
4. examination of conscience (as done daily by Jesuits)
5. the act of giving students or candidates a test (as by questions) to determine what they know or have learned
examination, test, quiz, exam