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examine (verb), examines, examined, examining
1. To inspect or scrutinise something critacally and throughly: The police examined the scene of the crime very carefully.
2. To assess the aptitude or qualifications of a student normally by questioning: On entering college for the first time, students have to be examined in different subject areas.
3. To check someone or something for health reasons: At the dermatologist's office, Jim was examined by Dr. Black for any skin irregularities or disorders.
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(Latin: search, investigate; inquiry; examining, examination; inspect, inspection)
(Latin: to see, seeing; to look at, looking at; sight, to appear, appearing; to behold, to examine, examining)