set of questions

1) to administer, conduct, give an examination

2) to draw up, make up an examination

3) to monitor, proctor, supervise an examination

4) to sit (BE), take an examination

5) to fail; pass an examination

6) a difficult, stiff; easy examination

7) a bar; civil-service; competitive; comprehensive; doctoral; entrance; external; final; makeup; master's; multiple-choice; open-book; oral; placement; qualifying; state-board (AE); true-false; written examination

8) an examination in, on (an examination in physics; an examination on irregular verbs)


9) to do, make an examination

10) a careful, close, complete, in-depth, thorough; cursory, perfunctory, superficial examination

11) a physical examination (the doctor did a thorough physical examination of/on the patient)

12) on examination (on close examination of the facts, she discovered that...)

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easy examination
give an examination
make an examination
make up an examination
pass an examination
superficial examination
supervise an examination
take an examination
written examination
state-board (AE)
on (an examination in physics; an examination on irregular verbs)
['inspection'] ['scrutiny'] to do
['test'] ['set of questions'] to administer
a bar
a careful
a difficult
an examination in
to draw up
to fail
to monitor
to sit (BE)
on examination (on close examination of the facts, she discovered that. . .)
a physical examination (the doctor did a thorough physical examination of/on the patient)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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