- n. 探针；调查
- vi. 调查；探测
- vt. 探查；用探针探测
- n. (Probe)人名；(法)普罗布
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- probe (n.)
- early 15c., "instrument for exploring wounds, etc.," also "an examination," from Medieval Latin proba "examination," in Late Latin "a test, proof," from Latin probare (see prove). Meaning "act of probing" is 1890, from the verb; figurative sense of "penetrating investigation" is from 1903. Meaning "small, unmanned exploratory craft" is attested from 1953.
- probe (v.)
- 1640s, originally figurative; "to search thoroughly, interrogate;" from probe (n.) and partly from Latin probare. Literal sense of "to examine with a probe" is from 1680s. Related: Probed; probing; probingly.
- 1. A doctor used a probe to remove metal fragments from a wound.
- 2. The police probe into organized crime led to several arrests.
- 3. They will probe deeply into the matter.
- 4. I was again using the cold, unflinching eye of the camera to probe a sick society.
- 5. The surgeon would pick up his instruments, probe, repair and stitch up again.
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