Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Examine"

The meaning of "Examine" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does examine mean?
A: An example is like "a doctor examines your body" it just mean to look at and she if there is anything strange or different
Q: What does examine mean?
A: to look at something and study it

Example sentences using "Examine"

Q: Please show me example sentences with examine.
A: "I would like to examine this object" "Can I please examine this" "What is there to examine in here" "What do you want to examine" "Do you need to examine this" There a probably thousands of ways of using this but these are a couple quick ones I hope it helped!
Q: Please show me example sentences with examine.
A: "let's examine her test results" "the dog will need to be examined for worms." "I examined all the quizzes." "I took an examination at the doctors."

Synonyms of "Examine" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between examine and check up and inspect ?
A: Examine = look at something with detail "I hurt my arm, I got it examined." Check up = a daily health test "I went to the doctors to have my check up." Inspect = to look at just 1 thing with detail "They inspected my broken leg."
Q: What is the difference between examine and research ?
A: Ooh, this is a little tricky. When I think about research, I think of it as something that takes quite a long time to do, longer than examining something. But in some cases that isn't always true and they can mean similar things. Examine is used more when you are looking at something up close, studying something in detail. Research is broader. If I hit my toe, I would 'examine' it to see if it was injured. I wouldn't 'research' it. A doctor might 'examine' the injury and then 'research' that type of injury to understand more about it. A scientist 'examines' something as part of their 'research'. You wouldn't say 'I'm going to examine Japanese history', this doesn't sound right. But you would say 'I'm going to research Japanese history'. I hope that helps? This is actually a little hard to explain! :)
Q: What is the difference between examine and search ?
A: to search is to look for something, examine is to inspect something in detail, for example "he examines the crime scene" "I search for my car"
Q: What is the difference between examine and inspect ?
A: Inspect is a more in depth or intentional analysis of something. Examine is more general. For example: "The doctor examined the broken arm" "The doctor inspected the broken arm" Both are correct and mean the same thing, but the word inspect implies that the doctor looked at the broken arm in a more thorough manner.
Q: What is the difference between examine and inspect ?
A: Examine sounds more scientific. For example, you may like to examine a specimen (like a math problem or a frog) for more detail. Inspect sounds more like you're looking for clues. A policeman or security may want to inspect your car or bag for something to look through and make sure nothing suspicious is there. The two words are actually very similar. You can interchange them, but I think it would have to depend on the situation.

Translations of "Examine"

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