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Meanings of Probated:

verb

Establish the validity of (a will).

Usage examples:

You will either need to conduct a normal probate, commonly known as an independent administration, …
noun

The official proving of a will.

Usage examples:

The house has been valued for probate

Meanings of Probates:

noun

The official proving of a will.

Usage examples:

The house has been valued for probate
verb

Establish the validity of (a will).

Usage examples:

You will either need to conduct a normal probate, commonly known as an independent administration, …

Probating

ˈprəʊ.beɪt

Meanings of Probating:

verb

Establish the validity of (a will).

Usage examples:

You will either need to conduct a normal probate, commonly known as an independent administration, …
noun

The official proving of a will.

Usage examples:

The house has been valued for probate

Probation

prəˈbeɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Probation:

noun

The release of an offender from detention, subject to a period of good behaviour under supervision.

Usage examples:

I went to court and was put on probation

Meanings of Probational:

adjective

Relating to the period during which a new employee is being watched closely to see if they are suitable for their job

Usage examples:

The administration will more closely scrutinize teachers during the three-year probationary period …

Meanings of Probationally:

adverb

On a probationary or trial basis, as a probationer; provisionally.

Probationary

prəˈbeɪʃ(ə)nri

Meanings of Probationary:

adjective

Relating to a process of testing or observing the character or abilities of a person who is new to a role or job.

Usage examples:

She recently completed her two-year probationary period with the police

Probationer

prəˈbeɪ.ʃən.ər

Meanings of Probationer:

noun

A person who is serving a probationary or trial period in a job or position to which they are newly appointed.

Usage examples:

Training thrust and needs for indian forest service probationers and performance evaluation of offi…

Probationers

prəˈbeɪ.ʃən.ər

Meanings of Probationers:

noun

A person who is serving a probationary or trial period in a job or position to which they are newly appointed.

Usage examples:

Training thrust and needs for indian forest service probationers and performance evaluation of offi…

Meanings of Probationership:

noun

The position or condition of a probationer; = probationship .

Meanings of Probationist:

noun

A person who is serving a probation or trial; = "probationer".

Meanings of Probationship:

noun

A state, position, or condition of probation; a term or period of probation; a novitiate.

Probative

ˈprəʊbətɪv

Meanings of Probative:

adjective

Having the quality or function of proving or demonstrating something; affording proof or evidence.

Usage examples:

It places the probative burden on the defendant

Meanings of Probatively:

adverb

By way of probation or of proof.

Meanings of Probatory:

adjective

Having the quality or function of proving or demonstrating.

Probe

prəʊb

Meanings of Probe:

noun

A blunt-ended surgical instrument used for exploring a wound or part of the body.

Usage examples:

The surgeon passes the probe over the surgical site again and excises more specimen if elevated rad…
verb

Physically explore or examine (something) with the hands or an instrument.

Usage examples:

Hands probed his body from top to bottom

Meanings of Probed:

verb

Physically explore or examine (something) with the hands or an instrument.

Usage examples:

Hands probed his body from top to bottom
noun

A blunt-ended surgical instrument used for exploring a wound or part of the body.

Usage examples:

The surgeon passes the probe over the surgical site again and excises more specimen if elevated rad…

Probenecid

prəʊˈbɛnɪsɪd

Meanings of Probenecid:

noun

A synthetic sulphur-containing compound which promotes increased excretion of uric acid and is used to treat gout.

Usage examples:

There are two classes of drugs to reduce uric acid: uricosurics, such as probenecid, which increase…

Meanings of Probes:

noun

A blunt-ended surgical instrument used for exploring a wound or part of the body.

Usage examples:

The surgeon passes the probe over the surgical site again and excises more specimen if elevated rad…
verb

Physically explore or examine (something) with the hands or an instrument.

Usage examples:

Hands probed his body from top to bottom

Meanings of Probing:

adjective

Inquiring closely into something; searching.

Usage examples:

She asks some probing questions
verb

Physically explore or examine (something) with the hands or an instrument.

Usage examples:

Hands probed his body from top to bottom

Probiotic

ˌprəʊ.baɪˈɒt.ɪk

Meanings of Probiotic:

noun

A food or pill that contains good bacteria that may keep you healthy

Usage examples:

Probiotic yogurt, there was a wealth of evidence that probiotic bacteria do have an effect on health.

Meanings of Probit:

noun

A unit of probability based on deviation from the mean of a standard distribution.

Usage examples:

They estimated the parameters of the model using a generalized linear model with a binomial error d…

Probits

ˈprɒbɪt

Meanings of Probits:

noun

A unit of probability based on deviation from the mean of a standard distribution.

Usage examples:

They estimated the parameters of the model using a generalized linear model with a binomial error d…

Probity

ˈprəʊbɪti

Meanings of Probity:

noun

The quality of having strong moral principles; honesty and decency.

Usage examples:

Financial probity

Meanings of Problem:

noun

A matter or situation regarded as unwelcome or harmful and needing to be dealt with and overcome.

Usage examples:

They have financial problems
adjective

Denoting or relating to people whose behaviour causes difficulties to themselves and others.

Usage examples:

Practitioners help families develop strategies for managing problem behaviour in teens

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