Definition of single-blind in English:

single-blind

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adjective

Denoting a test or experiment in which information that may bias the results is concealed from either tester or subject.
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  • It should be mentioned, however, that this was only a single-blind test, with a subject predisposed to be hostile to phrenology.
  • The study was a single-blind taste test of azithromycin, cefprozil, cefixime and amoxicillin-clavulanic acid.
  • Forearmed with a knowledge both of phrenology and the tricks of con artists, he performed a simple single-blind reliability test.

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