CET6+ TEM8 IELTS
1. prove => probation.
- probation (n.)
- early 15c., "trial, experiment, test," from Old French probacion "proof, evidence" (14c., Modern French probation) and directly from Latin probationem (nominative probatio) "approval, assent; a proving, trial, inspection, examination," noun of action from past participle stem of probare "to test" (see prove). Meaning "testing of a person's conduct" (especially as a trial period for membership) is from early 15c.; theological sense first recorded 1520s; criminal justice sense is recorded by 1866. As a verb from 1640s. Related: Probationer; probationary.
- 1. After a further four-month extension of her probation period, she was sacked.
- 2. The thief was put on probation for two years.
- 3. He was bailed for probation reports.
- 4. The prisoner was put on probation .
- 5. That company puts all new employees on a three - month probation.
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