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American English: /ˈspɛsəmən/
British English: /ˈspɛsɪmɪn/

Translation of specimen in Spanish:


  • 1 (sample)
    (of blood, urine) muestra (feminine)
    (of work, handwriting) muestra (feminine)
    (before noun)
    de muestra
    specimen copy
    ejemplar (masculine) de muestra
    specimen signature
    espécimen (masculine) de firma
    Example sentences
    • Another corner of the display showed zoological specimens, minerals and ores, and surgical instruments.
    • Its displays cover millions of specimens, including fossils, meteorites, mammals, plants, minerals, and insects.
    • Ray then spent thirteen years travelling around Britain and Europe collecting specimens and studying animals.
    Example sentences
    • The question in the specimen paper required the students to discuss the social criticism in The Big Sleep and other texts.
    • Fill out a specimen ballot paper in your constituency.
    Example sentences
    • Are there any medical reasons why a specimen of blood cannot or should not be taken by a doctor?
    • They will report on the foods they eat and give biological specimens for testing.
    • Urine specimens had been obtained and tested by the nursing staff.
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