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ispitivanje [ imenica ]

Provera znanja, ispit.

assay [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Fren. asai, essai, trial, French essa. Related to Essay.
An appraisal of the state of affairs; SYN. check, test.
In chemistry, the determination of the quantity of a given substance present in a sample. Usually it refers to determining the purity of precious metals.
The assay may be carried out by “wet” methods, when the sample is wholly or partially dissolved in some reagent (often an acid), or by “dry” or “fire” methods, in which the compounds present in the sample are combined with other substances.

auscultation [ imenica {medicina} ]
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ETYM Latin ausculcatio, from auscultare to listen, from a dim. of auris, orig. ausis, ear. Related to Auricle, Scout.
Listening to sounds within the body (usually with a stethoscope).
Listening to sounds arising within organs.
Evaluation of internal organs by listening, usually with the aid of a stethoscope.

canvass [ imenica ]
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The act or an instance of canvassing; especially; a personal solicitation of votes or survey of public opinion

check [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. chek, Old Fren. eschec, French échec, a stop, hindrance, orig. check in the game of chess, pl. échecs chess, through AR., from Pers. shâh king. Related to Shah, Checkmate, Chess, Checker.
(Homonym: Czech).
A written order directing a bank to pay money; SYN. bank check, cheque.
The bill in a restaurant; SYN. chit, tab.
Obstructing an opponent in ice hockey.
The act of inspecting or verifying; SYN. checkout, check-out procedure.

checking [ imenica ]
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debriefing [ imenica ]
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Report of a mission or task.

disquisition [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin disquisitio, from disquirere to inquire diligently, investigate; dis- + quaerere to seek. Related to Quest.
An elaborate analytical or explanatory essay or discussion.
Carefully argued examination of a topic.

enquiry [ imenica ]
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See Inquiry.

essay [ imenica ]
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ETYM French essai, from Latin exagium a weighing, weight, balance.
A tentative attempt.
An analytic or interpretive literary composition.
Short piece of nonfiction, often dealing with a particular subject from a personal point of view. The essay became a recognized genre with French writer Montaigne’s Essais 15and in English with Francis Bacon’s Essays 159Today the essay is a part of journalism: articles in the broadsheet newspapers are in the essay tradition.
Abraham Cowley, whose essays appeared 166brought a greater ease and freedom to the genre than it had possessed before in England, but it was with the development of periodical literature in the 18th century that the essay became a widely used form. The great names are Joseph Addison and Richard Steele, with their Tatler and Spectator papers, and later Samuel Johnson and Oliver Goldsmith. In North America the politician and scientist Benjamin Franklin was noted for his style.
A new era was inaugurated by Charles Lamb’s Essays of Elia 182to the same period belong Leigh Hunt, William Hazlitt, and Thomas De Quincey in England, C A Sainte-Beuve in France, and Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry Thoreau in the US. From the 19th century the essay was increasingly used in Europe and the US as a vehicle for literary criticism. Hazlitt may be regarded as the originator of the critical essay, and his successors include Matthew Arnold and Edmund Gosse. Thomas Macaulay, whose essays began to appear shortly after those of Lamb, presents a strong contrast to Lamb with his vigorous but less personal tone.
There was a revival of the form during the closing years of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries, in the work of R L Stevenson, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Anatole France, Théophile Gautier, and Max Beerbohm. The literary journalistic tradition of the essay was continued by James Thurber, Mark Twain, H L Mencken, Edmund Wilson, Desmond MacCarthy, and others, and the critical essay by George Orwell, Cyril Connolly, F R Leavis, T S Eliot, Norman Mailer, John Updike, and others.

examination [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin examinatio: cf. French examination.
A set of questions or exercises evaluating skill or knowledge; SYN. exam, test.
The act of examining something closely (as for mistakes); SYN. inspection, scrutiny.
The act of testing students or candidates (as by questions); SYN. testing.

exploration [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin exploratio: cf. French exploration.
A careful systematic search.
A systematic consideration.
To travel for the purpose of discovery; SYN. geographic expedition.

interrogatory [ imenica ]
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A formal question or inquiry; especially; a written question required to be answered under direction of a court

inquiry [ imenica ]
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A search for knowledge; SYN. enquiry, research.
A systematic investigation of a matter of public interest; SYN. enquiry.
A legal investigation into a crime or wrongdoing; SYN. enquiry.

inspection [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin inspectio: cf. French inspection.
A formal or official examination; SYN. review.

interrogation [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin interrogatio: cf. French interrogation.
Formal systematic questioning; SYN. examination.

investigation [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin investigatio: cf. French investigation.
The work of inquiring into something thoroughly and systematically; SYN. investigating.

probation [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin probatio, from probare to try, examine, prove: cf. French probation. Related to Prove.
The act of liberating on probation.
In law, the placing of offenders under supervision of probation officers in the community, as an alternative to prison.

proof [ imenica {novinarstvo} ]
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In mathematics, a set of arguments used to deduce a mathematical theorem from a set of axioms.

query [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin quaere, imperative sing. of quaerere, quaesitum to seek or search for, to ask, inquire. Related to Acquire, Conquer, Exquisite, Quest, Require.
A question; an inquiry to be answered or solved.
A question in the mind; a doubt.

question [ imenica ]
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ETYM French, from Latin quaestio, from quaerere, quaesitum, to seek for, ask, inquire. Related to Quest.
A sentence of inquiry that asks for a reply; SYN. interrogation, interrogative, interrogative sentence.
An instance of questioning; SYN. inquiry, enquiry, query.
The subject matter at issue; SYN. head.
An informal reference to a marriage proposal.

research [ imenica ]
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ETYM Pref. re- + search: cf Old Fren. recerche, French recherche.
Systematic investigation to establish facts.
The primary activity in science, a combination of theory and experimentation directed toward finding scientific explanations of phenomena. It is commonly classified into two types: pure research, involving theories with little apparent relevance to human concerns; and applied research, concerned with finding solutions to problems of social importance—for instance in medicine and engineering. The two types are linked in that theories developed from pure research may eventually be found to be of great value to society.
Scientific research is most often funded by government and industry, and so a nation's wealth and priorities are likely to have a strong influence on the kind of work undertaken.
In 19the European Community (now the European Union) Council adopted a revised program on research and technological development for the period 1990–9requiring a total ec finance of 5,7million ecUs, to be apportioned as follows: information and communications technology 2,2million; industrial and materials technologies 8million; life sciences and technologies 7million; energy 8million; human capacity and mobility 5million; environment 5million.

review [ imenica ]
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ETYM French revue, from revu, p. p. of revoir to see again, Latin revidere; pref. re- re- + videre to see. Related to View, and cf. Revise.
(Homonym: revue).
Practice intended to polish performance or refresh the memory; SYN. brushup.
A periodical that publishes critical essays on current affairs or literature or art.
An essay or article that gives a critical evaluation (as of a book or play); SYN. critique, critical review, review article.
(Law) A judicial reexamination of the proceedings of a court (especially by an appellate court).
(Accounting) An accounting service (less exhaustive than an audit) that provides some assurance to interested parties as to the reliability of financial data; SYN. limited review.

scan [ imenica ]
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The act of scanning; systematic examination of a prescribed region

test [ imenica ]
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Any standardized procedure for measuring sensitivity or memory or intelligence or aptitude etc; SYN. mental test, mental testing, psychometric test.
The act of testing something; SYN. trial, run.
The act of undergoing testing; SYN. trial.
A hard outer covering as of some amoebas and sea urchins.
Zoology, shell of invertebrate.

view [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Fren. veue, French vue, from Old Fren. veoir to see, p. p. veu, French voir, p. p. vu, from Latin videre to see. Related to Vision, and cl. Interview, Purview, Review, Vista.
Outward appearance.
The act of looking or seeing or observing; SYN. survey, sight.
The phrase means.
The range of the eye; SYN. eyeshot.
The visual percept of a region; SYN. aspect, prospect, scene, vista, panorama.



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