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in·spec·tion

 (ĭn-spĕk′shən)
n.
1. The act of inspecting.
2. Official examination or review, as of barracks or troops.

in·spec′tion·al adj.

in•spec•tion

(ɪnˈspɛk ʃən)

n.
1. the act of inspecting.
2. formal or official viewing or examination.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Latin]
in•spec′tion•al, adj.
syn: See examination.

inspection

In arms control, physical process of determining compliance with arms control measures.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.inspection - a formal or official examinationinspection - a formal or official examination; "the platoon stood ready for review"; "we had to wait for the inspection before we could use the elevator"
checkout, check-out procedure, check - the act of inspecting or verifying; "they made a check of their equipment"; "the pilot ran through the check-out procedure"
examination, scrutiny - the act of examining something closely (as for mistakes)

inspection

noun
1. examination, investigation, scrutiny, scan, look-over, once-over (informal) Closer inspection reveals that they are banded with yellow.
2. check, search, investigation, review, survey, examination, scan, scrutiny, supervision, surveillance, look-over, once-over (informal), checkup, recce (slang), superintendence A routine inspection of the vessel turned up 50 kg of the drug.

inspection

noun
1. The act of examining carefully:
Informal: going-over.
2. A close or systematic study:
Translations
kontrola
besigtigelseundersøgelse
megvizsgálásszemrevételezés
skoîun, rannsókn; könnun
pregled
denetlemeincelemeteftiş etme

inspection

[ɪnˈspekʃən]
A. N
1. [of goods, premises, school] → inspección f; [of ticket, document] → revisión f
on closer inspection it turned out to be a faketras un examen más minucioso resultó ser falso
2. (Mil) [of troops] → revista f
B. CPD inspection pit N (Aut) → foso m de reconocimiento

inspection

[ɪnˈspɛkʃən]
n
(for official purposes) [premises, site, equipment, goods] → inspection f
to carry out an inspection → effectuer une inspection
to carry out an inspection of sth → effectuer une inspection de qch safety inspection, pitch inspection
(= examination) [object, document] → inspection f
closer inspection → une inspection plus approfondie
[ticket] → contrôle m
modif [team, report] → d'inspection

inspection

n
Kontrolle f, → Prüfung f; (medical) → Untersuchung f; (of school, hotel etc)Inspektion f; to make an inspection of somethingetw kontrollieren or prüfen; of school etcetw inspizieren; on inspectionbei näherer Betrachtung or Prüfung; customs inspectionZollkontrolle f; for your inspectionzur Prüfung; (documents also) → zur Einsicht; inspection copyAnsichtsexemplar nt; inspection process (Tech etc) → Überprüfungsverfahren ntor -prozess m
(Mil) → Inspektion f

inspection

[ɪnˈspɛkʃn] n (of goods) → controllo, ispezione f; (of ticket, document) → controllo (Mil) (of school) → ispezione
on inspection it was found that → ad un controllo si scoprì che

inspect

(inˈspekt) verb
1. to look at, or examine, carefully or formally. He inspected the bloodstains.
2. to visit (eg a restaurant or school) officially, to make sure that it is properly run. Cafés must be regularly inspected to find out if they are kept clean.
3. to look at (troops etc) ceremonially. The Queen will inspect the regiment.
inˈspection (-ʃən) noun
inˈspector noun
1. a person appointed to inspect. a school inspector.
2. a police officer below a superintendent and above a sergeant in rank.

in·spec·tion

n. inspección.
References in classic literature ?
As far as could be learned from a casual inspection, Jacinto and his deserting Indians had taken back with them only a small quantity of food.
After a very brief inspection of his face, it was easy to conceive that his footstep must necessarily be such an one as that which, slowly and with as indefinite an aim as a child's first journey across a floor, had just brought him hitherward.
With such commodiousness of situation, these two learned persons sat themselves down, each in his own domain, yet familiarly passing from one apartment to the other, and bestowing a mutual and not incurious inspection into one another's business.
Even Scoresby, the justly renowned Right whaleman, after giving us a stiff full length of the Greenland whale, and three or four delicate miniatures of narwhales and porpoises, treats us to a series of classical engravings of boat hooks, chopping knives, and grapnels; and with the microscopic diligence of a Leuwenhoeck submits to the inspection of a shivering world ninety-six fac-similes of magnified Arctic snow crystals.
So it had finally been arranged--and they were to go and make an inspection the following Sunday morning.
His stable services were merely a sinecure, and consisted simply in a daily care and inspection, and directing an under-servant in his duties; for Marie St.
Some of these were pretty fine birds, but no matter, they had to tarry outside in the long parlor under the inspection of a double rank of liveried footmen and waiting-maids who supported the two walls with their backs and held the wraps and traps of their masters and mistresses on their arms.
Then she placed the children side by side, and after earnest inspection she muttered:
Two or three minutes later the murdered man, the blanketed corpse, the lidless coffin, and the open grave were under no inspection but the moon's.
Silvery-headed age and sprightly youth, maids and matrons, had to undergo the same indelicate inspection.
Weston's judgment; and they were so very closely followed by another carriage of cousins, who had been entreated to come early with the same distinguishing earnestness, on the same errand, that it seemed as if half the company might soon be collected together for the purpose of preparatory inspection.
Marianne was spared from the troublesome feelings of contempt and resentment, on this impertinent examination of their features, and on the puppyism of his manner in deciding on all the different horrors of the different toothpick-cases presented to his inspection, by remaining unconscious of it all; for she was as well able to collect her thoughts within herself, and be as ignorant of what was passing around her, in Mr.