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  • 1 test

    [test] 1. noun
    1) (a set of questions or exercises intended to find out a person's ability, knowledge etc; a short examination: an arithmetic/driving test.) egzaminas, kontrolinis darbas, testas
    2) (something done to find out whether a thing is good, strong, efficient etc: a blood test.) analizė
    3) (an event, situation etc that shows how good or bad something is: a test of his courage.) išbandymas
    4) (a way to find out if something exists or is present: a test for radioactivity.) patikrinimas
    5) (a test match.) tarptautinės kriketo/regbio rungtynės
    2. verb
    (to carry out a test or tests on (someone or something): The students were tested on their French; They tested the new aircraft.) egzaminuoti, tikrinti
    - test pilot
    - test-tube

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  • 2 blood test

    noun (an analysis of a patient's blood to find out if he/she has any diseases. etc.) kraujo analizė

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  • 3 longevity

    [lon'‹evəti]
    (great length of life.) ilgaamžiškumas

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  • 4 take an examination/test

    (to have one's knowledge or ability tested formally, often in writing.) laikyti egzaminą, rašyti kontrolinį darbą

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  • 5 test match

    (in cricket, (one of) a series of matches between teams from two countries.) tarptautinės kriketo/regbio rungtynės

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  • 6 test pilot

    (a pilot who tests new aircraft.) lakūnas bandytojas

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  • 7 test-tube

    noun (a glass tube closed at one end, used in chemical tests or experiments.) mėgintuvėlis

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  • 8 AIDS

    [ei‹]
    ( abbreviation) (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome; a disease that affects the immune system: He had a blood test to see if he had AIDS.) AIDS, įgyto imunodeficito sindromas

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  • 9 aural

    ['o:rəl]
    (of the ear or hearing: an aural test.) ausų, klausos

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  • 10 blood

    1) (the red fluid pumped through the body by the heart: Blood poured from the wound in his side.) kraujas
    2) (descent or ancestors: He is of royal blood.) kraujas, kilmė
    - bloody
    - bloodcurdling
    - blood donor
    - blood group/type
    - blood-poisoning
    - blood pressure
    - bloodshed
    - bloodshot
    - bloodstained
    - bloodstream
    - blood test
    - bloodthirsty
    - bloodthirstiness
    - blood transfusion
    - blood-vessel
    - in cold blood

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  • 11 check out

    1) (to leave (a hotel), paying one's bill etc: You must check out before 12 o'clock.) išsiregistruoti
    2) ((especially American) to test: I'll check out your story.) patikrinti

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  • 12 comprehension

    [-ʃən]
    noun (the act or power of understanding: After reading the passage the teacher asked questions to test the children's comprehension.) supratimas, sugebėjimas suprasti

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  • 13 congratulate

    [kən'ɡrætjuleit]
    ((often with on) to express pleasure and joy to (a person) at a happy event, a success etc: She congratulated him on passing his driving test.) (pa)sveikinti
    - congratulation

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  • 14 cross-examine

    verb (in a court of law, to test or check the previous evidence of (a witness) by questioning him.) apklausti kryžminės apklausos būdu

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  • 15 detest

    [di'test]
    (to hate intensely: I detest cruelty.) neapkęsti

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  • 16 enough

    1. adjective
    (in the number or quantity etc needed: Have you enough money to pay for the books?; food enough for everyone.) pakankamas
    2. pronoun
    (the amount needed: He has had enough to eat; I've had enough of her rudeness.) pakankamai
    3. adverb
    1) (to the degree needed: Is it hot enough?; He swam well enough to pass the test.) pakankamai
    2) (one must admit; you must agree: She's pretty enough, but not beautiful; Oddly enough, it isn't raining.) gana

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  • 17 examination

    1) ((a) close inspection: Make a thorough examination of the area where the crime took place; On examination the patient was discovered to have appendicitis.) apžiūrėjimas, tyrimas
    2) ((also exam) a test of knowledge or ability: school examinations; She is to take a French/dancing exam; ( also adjective) examination/exam papers; He failed/passed the English exam.) egzaminas
    3) ((a) formal questioning (eg of a witness).) apklausinėjimas, apklausa

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  • 18 examine

    [iɡ'zæmin]
    1) (to look at closely; to inspect closely: They examined the animal tracks and decided that they were those of a fox.) apžiūrėti, ištyrinėti
    2) ((of a doctor) to inspect the body of thoroughly to check for disease etc: The doctor examined the child and said she was healthy.) apžiūrėti
    3) (to consider carefully: The police must examine the facts.) ištirti, išnagrinėti
    4) (to test the knowledge or ability of (students etc): She examines pupils in mathematics.) (iš)egzaminuoti
    5) (to question: The lawyer examined the witness in the court case.) apklausinėti
    - examiner

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  • 19 experiment

    [ik'sperimənt] 1. noun
    (a test done in order to find out something, eg if an idea is correct: He performs chemical experiments; experiments in traffic control; We shall find out by experiment.) eksperimentas, bandymas
    2. verb
    ((with on or with) to try to find out something by making tests: He experimented with various medicines to find the safest cure; The doctor experiments on animals.) eksperimentuoti, daryti bandymus
    - experimentally
    - experimentation

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  • 20 fail

    [feil] 1. verb
    1) (to be unsuccessful (in); not to manage (to do something): They failed in their attempt; I failed my exam; I failed to post the letter.) ko nors nepadaryti, nepavykti
    2) (to break down or cease to work: The brakes failed.) sugesti
    3) (to be insufficient or not enough: His courage failed (him).) pritrūkti, neužtekti
    4) ((in a test, examination etc) to reject (a candidate): The examiner failed half the class.) parašyti nepatenkinamą pažymį
    5) (to disappoint: They did not fail him in their support.) apvilti
    2. preposition
    (if (something) fails or is lacking: Failing his help, we shall have to try something else.) nesant, nepavykus gauti
    - without fail

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