Translation of inspection in Spanish:

inspection

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈspekʃən/

n

countable or uncountable/numerable o no numerable
  • 1.1 (official examination) inspección (feminine)
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    • Usually, a purchaser should rely upon his own inspection and his surveyor's report.
    • That explains why Reed started his own company specializing in pipeline inspections.
    • Such inspections are conducted only on the basis of complaints and to verify discrepancies.
    1.2 (of troops) revista (feminine) 1.3 (scrutiny) examen (m), revisión (f) pitch inspection inspección (feminine) del terreno de juego on close inspection en un examen minucioso, al examinarlo minuciosamente (before noun/delante del nombre) inspection chamber registro (masculine) inspection copy ejemplar (masculine) de muestra inspection pit [Cars/Automovilismo] pit1 1 1

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