Definition of testing ground in English:

testing ground

Syllabification: test·ing ground

noun

An area or field of activity used for the testing of a product or an idea, especially a military site used for the testing of weapons.
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  • The audio stories may not enjoy the same mainstream success as TV Who, but they provide a fertile testing ground for new ideas and talent.
  • The Civil War became the testing ground for widespread use of anesthesia during surgery.
  • FarmLinks will be the ideal testing ground for PTI's new line of coated pesticide products.

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