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probe

US [proʊb]
UK [prəʊb]
  • n.探究;传感器;探测仪;详尽调查
  • v.探究;追问;盘问;(用细长工具)探查
  • Web探针;探测器;探头
Plural Form:probes  Present Participle:probing  Past Tense:probed  
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v.
1.
[i][t]
盘问;追问;探究to ask questions in order to find out secret or hidden information about sb/sth
He didn't like the media probing into his past.
他不喜欢媒体追问他的过去。
a TV programme that probed government scandals in the 1990s
追查 20 世纪 90 年代政府丑闻的电视节目
‘Then what happened?’ he probed.
“后来发生了什么事?”他追问道。
2.
[t]
~ sth
(用细长工具)探查,查看to touch, examine or look for sth, especially with a long thin instrument
The doctor probed the wound for signs of infection.
医生检查伤口是否有感染的迹象。
Searchlights probed the night sky.
探照灯扫视着夜空。
n.
1.
~ (into sth)
探究;详尽调查a thorough and careful investigation of sth
a police probe into the financial affairs of the company
警方对这家公司的财务进行的详细调查
2.
(不载人)空间探测器a spacecraft without people on board which obtains information and sends it back to earth
3.
(医生用的)探针a long thin metal tool used by doctors for examining inside the body
4.
探测仪;传感器;取样器a small device put inside sth and used by scientists to test sth or record information

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