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investigation 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/inˌvestiˈgāSHən/,
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investigations, plural;
  1. The action of investigating something or someone; formal or systematic examination or research
    • - he is under investigation for receiving illicit funds
  2. A formal inquiry or systematic study
    • - an investigation has been launched into the potential impact of the oil spill

  1. probe: an inquiry into unfamiliar or questionable activities; "there was a congressional probe into the scandal"
  2. the work of inquiring into something thoroughly and systematically
  3. investigate scientifically; "Let's investigate the syntax of Chinese"
  4. (investigate) conduct an inquiry or investigation of; "The district attorney's office investigated reports of possible irregularities"; "inquire into the disappearance of the rich old lady"
  5. (investigative) fact-finding: designed to find information or ascertain facts; "a fact-finding committee"; "investigative reporting"
  6. Investigation (Разследване) (Romanisation:Razsledvane) is a 2006 Bulgarian film directed by Iglika Triffonova.
  7. The Investigation (original title Śledztwo) is a science fiction/mystery novel by the Polish writer Stanisław Lem, published in 1959.
  8. (Investigate (magazine)) Investigate is a current affairs magazine published in New Zealand. It has a conservative Christian editorial standpoint and has published a number of controversial articles. ...
  9. (The Investigators (British TV series)) The Investigators was a children's science program, presented by children, on Channel 4 in Great Britain. It showed various interesting experiments from how to blow a balloon up with yeast to building bridges. ...
  10. (The Investigators (U.S. TV series)) The Investigators is a short-lived American adventure/drama television series that aired on CBS from October 5, to December 28, 1961.
  11. (investigational) Of, or relating to investigating, or to an investigation; of, or relating to an unapproved drug or chemical entity being studied
  12. (investigate) To inquire into or study in order to ascertain facts or information; To examine, look into, or scrutinize in order to discover something hidden or secret; To conduct an inquiry or examination
  13. (Investigational) In U.S. clinical trials, refers to a drug (including a new drug, dose, combination, or route of administration) or procedure that has undergone basic laboratory testing and received approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to be tested in human subjects. ...
  14. (Investigational) Treatments done under specific standards set up by the scientific community. These treatments typically have some basis for being tested in humans; for example, they work against some animal cancers.
  15. (Investigational) A drug or procedure that is not yet approved for marketing. Insurance companies normally do not pay for investigational drugs or procedures.
  16. (INVESTIGATIONAL) Any treatment, procedure, facility, equipment, drugs, drug usage, or supplies that either we have not recognized as having scientifically established medical value, or that does not meet generally accepted standards of medical practice.
  17. (Investigational) Part of a detailed inquiry; part of a systematic examination often applied to new drugs or therapies undergoing evaluation for human treatments.
  18. (investigational) Any procedure, treatment, supply, device or drug that has not received FDA approval or is not yet supported by the clinical community because the scientific evidence available does not demonstrate the effectiveness of the service or technology.
  19. Investigational means that the drug or procedure being tested is experimental. If it is a drug, it has received government approval to be used in clinical trials, but has not been approved for treatment outside of a trial for that type of cancer. ...
  20. (Investigations) We reserve the right to investigate abuses on the Site, and enforce and apply our Terms of Service and Statement. ...
  21. (7. Investigations) a. Code Laboratories, in its sole discretion, may (but has no obligation to) monitor or review the Services and Materials at any time. ...
  22. (Investigations) A critical but constructive examination of any part of your organisation. For example, assessing and negotiating with HMRC on tax underpaid in previous years as a result of failing to provide adequate information about income to the tax authorities.
  23. (Investigations) Specific tests undertaken to make a diagnosis or monitor the patient’s condition
  24. (Investigations) aspartate aminotransferase increased, blood in stool, blood in urine, weight decreased
  25. (Investigations) tests or procedures which can assist with the diagnosis or staging of a cancer