Inspect [verb]

Definition of Inspect:

examine, check

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Sentence/Example of Inspect:

When an alarm goes off in the middle of the night, the robot awakens from its charging dock to go to inspect what’s happening.

San Francisco officials have also helped to inspect school buildings and allocated $15 million in extra funding to the district, she said.

Fueled by a hunger for more calm, I inspected my calendar more closely.

We had been inspected multiple times by the County to make sure that we were following protocol.

Jannetta said bridges and structures are inspected at least every two years.

In late May, the facility was inspected by state nursing home investigators, and in June, the state wrote to Lisa Howze to say her complaint had not been substantiated.

It’s impossible to do experiments in the midst of a raging fire to pinpoint the exact source of the contamination, he says, but inspecting damaged pipes after the fact can suggest what temperatures they may have experienced.

Technicians inspect bitcoin mining machines at a mining facility operated by Bitmain Technologies, in Ordos, Inner Mongolia, China.

With no personnel allowed to get close enough to inspect the cables, the staff started monitoring them using daily drone flights, one of which was in progress during the collapse.

The US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service will then take over at the cell harvesting stage and will inspect production facilities and approve labels used on cultured-meat products.