crash-test

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crash-test

vb
(General Engineering) (tr) to test (a new product) for safety and reliability by finding out its breaking point under pressure, heat, etc
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crash-test


Past participle: crash-tested
Gerund: crash-testing

Imperative
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crash-test
Present
I crash-test
you crash-test
he/she/it crash-tests
we crash-test
you crash-test
they crash-test
Preterite
I crash-tested
you crash-tested
he/she/it crash-tested
we crash-tested
you crash-tested
they crash-tested
Present Continuous
I am crash-testing
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he/she/it is crash-testing
we are crash-testing
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they are crash-testing
Present Perfect
I have crash-tested
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we have crash-tested
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Past Continuous
I was crash-testing
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Past Perfect
I had crash-tested
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we had crash-tested
you had crash-tested
they had crash-tested
Future
I will crash-test
you will crash-test
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we will crash-test
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Future Perfect
I will have crash-tested
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he/she/it will have crash-tested
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Future Continuous
I will be crash-testing
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he/she/it will be crash-testing
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been crash-testing
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you have been crash-testing
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been crash-testing
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he/she/it will have been crash-testing
we will have been crash-testing
you will have been crash-testing
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been crash-testing
you had been crash-testing
he/she/it had been crash-testing
we had been crash-testing
you had been crash-testing
they had been crash-testing
Conditional
I would crash-test
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he/she/it would crash-test
we would crash-test
you would crash-test
they would crash-test
Past Conditional
I would have crash-tested
you would have crash-tested
he/she/it would have crash-tested
we would have crash-tested
you would have crash-tested
they would have crash-tested
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The crash-tested vehicle was manufactured in India and exported for African markets.
Further, she learned that there were absolutely no independent standards for any tests that companies conducted to crash-test their products; while some manufacturers claimed their products were crash-tested, this information was useless to consumers (and their dogs) in the absence of test standards.
The company recommends that small dogs (those who measure less than 31 inches using the measuring protocol, seen in the adjacent illustration) do not wear a harness, but are crated in a crash-tested and well-secured pet carrier instead.
COVENTRY car firm Peugeot has not crash-tested one of its cars for drivers weighing more than 12 stone 4lb, an inquest heard.
The features of this crash-tested chair make it safer and easier to use when riding in a paratransit van or a fixed-route transit bus--or even a privately owned adaptive van.
This standard--soon to be called ANSI/RESNAWC18--provides for the use of crash-tested four-point, strap-type tie-downs (or a docking system for a privately owned vehicle) and a three-point occupant restraint over the torso and pelvis.
Typical seats in cars and vans have been crash-tested to very high standards.
Chairs must be secured to the floor using crash-tested securement straps or docking stations.
The fact that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is relying on vehicles to be crash-tested according to Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) could `possibly, in the long run, limit end-users' choice of vehicles.
Dwain Nunn, Independent Mobility Systems (IMS) chief operating officer, says his company has also crash-tested its own full-size lowered-floor Ford Econoline van and met FMVSS standards.