probation

US [prəˈbeɪʃ(ə)n]
UK [prə'beɪʃ(ə)n]
  • n.缓刑;试用期;试读;缓刑制
  • Web见习;鉴定;察看
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n.
1.
缓刑制;缓刑a system that allows a person who has committed a crime not to go to prison if they behave well and if they see an official (called a probation officer ) regularly for a fixed period of time
The prisoner was put on probation .
犯人已获缓刑。
He was given two years' probation.
他被判缓刑两年。
2.
试用期;见习期;考察期a time of training and testing when you start a new job to see if you are suitable for the work
a period of probation
试用期
3.
试读,试读期(为表现未如理想的学生而设)a fixed period of time during which a student who has behaved badly or not worked hard must improve their work or their behaviour

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