プローブ, 探査, 探り針, 探査機見極める, 掘り下げる, 突き抜く, 突き破る, 突き通る
Noun(1) an inquiry into unfamiliar or questionable activities(2) a flexible slender surgical instrument with a blunt end that is used to explore wounds or body cavities(3) an exploratory action or expedition(4) an investigation conducted using a flexible surgical instrument to explore an injury or a body cavity
Verb(1) question or examine thoroughly and closely(2) examine physically with or as if with a probe
(1) The PC, who has 13 years' service, was suspended with pay pending a probe into the matter, before Paul gave orders to charge him.(2) To measure leaf reflectance, the leaf was sandwiched between the nonreflecting, polyurethane black body and the light probe .(3) The Vigilance Department has now decided to launch a detailed probe into the matter.(4) A needle probe is placed into one of several locations such as the tongue.(5) To assess for undermined and tunneled areas, use a moistened cotton-tipped applicator to probe the wound periphery.(6) The redox probe could reach the electrode along the channel formed by AmB, easily corresponding to the electrochemical response obtained.(7) The tiny probe is carrying six instruments to help it analyse the atmospheric make-up, take pictures and test surface samples.(8) The three men, who have not been named, were arrested and bailed as part of a police probe into proxy voting at last year's local elections.(9) A test probe head has a plurality of electrically conducting wire members held in place in a frame by movable plates.(10) The surgeon passes the probe over the surgical site again and excises more specimen if elevated radioactive readings continue to occur.(11) The electric and magnetic fields the probe measured built up a more detailed picture of the magnetopause, including the flow of electrons in the diffusion region.(12) But at some point, I'm going to have to probe into your personal life so that I can make an effective assessment.(13) The aircraft can be equipped with an optional probe for probe and drogue refuelling, so the range can be extended by in-flight refuelling.(14) Electrons at the probe tip are excited and interact with the vibrational atoms of the sample to produce a spectrum identifying the chemical composition of the material.(15) One issue surrounded perception of how BNP allegations were being investigated compared with Operation Wheel, the probe into the riots of 2001.(16) At a height of about 160 km the probe 's scientific instruments were exposed to Titan's atmosphere.
(1) space probe :: 宇宙探査
2. examine ::
3. investigate ::
4. poke into ::
Different Formsprobe, probed, probes, probing, probings
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