Examining [verb]

Definition of Examining:

analyze, test

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Sentence/Example of Examining:

Sandy Myers, a spokeswoman for the Virginia Department of Transportation, said a truck “hit a bridge over I-81, and now we have to examine the bridge.”

The researchers examined a data set of all North Atlantic landfalling hurricanes between 1967 and 2018.

The first thing you want to do is take a step back and examine your current relationship with that thing that’s potentially problematic.

According to Bryson, orbital distance is a useful metric when you’re examining one specific star.

In a new story, Andrew Keatts examined Gloria’s pledge to lead San Diego like a big city.

The Washington Post will launch “The Next Four Years,” a six-episode podcast miniseries that will examine the outcome of the 2020 presidential race and what it tells us about the country.

To find out whether the female hunter was a rare exception or part of a broader pattern in ancient hunter-gatherer societies, Haas and his colleagues examined records of burial sites across the Americas from the past 50 years.

As another measure, the team also examined the diameter of the participants’ pupils as they performed a goal-directed memory task.

Nashami Alnajar is part of a team at the University of Plymouth in England that has just examined the effect of microfibers on marine mussels.

Further studies could also examine the plentiful regions of DNA that don’t direct the creation of proteins or have other obvious effects in the brain.