American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An examination; a test.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An examination.
- n. informal Shortened form of examination especially when meaning test or in compound terms.
- n. a set of questions or exercises evaluating skill or knowledge
“Take exams (weekly quizzes, and one final) Your lowest quiz score will be dropped FINAL exam will be 6 / 4 / 09, 7-9 pm ARITHMETIC Weekly quizzes-13 tests@ 10 points each = 130 points Final: 1 final exam@ 100 points = 100 points Grading system: A = 90-100\%;”
“tp,keseronokan aku xtamat d'sini..aku ade exam ag ari salase=31hb march..exam OSPE! kepade kengkwn,doakan kejayaan aku dan kte bersame yer..”
“Woofter proposed to charge $475 per tract for the title exam plus expenses; $125 for the closing and another $125 for deed preparation.”
“It never fails but they always seem to under estimate the days of interest you need to pay, the title exam never seems very close and the recording fees change so often that its not a surprise to see them messed up!”
“Raju's mother was saying, "Our boy has done well in his term exam, so as a reward, we got him updated versions of Nintendo GameBoy and X-Box.”
“To the extent that they do not, it seems to me that the exam is a flawed measuring instrument.”
“Otani asks what he should do since his exam is already tomorrow.”
“They will want a title exam, title insurance to protect against title errors, termite inspections, surveys and an appraisal to assure that the home has sufficient value to secure the loan.”
“One of the main goals of an exam is to convince the student that the teacher´s evaluation of his knowledge and ability is correct and he truely deserves the number he got.”
“Also as the exam is timed you need to introduce this factor too.”
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Words created by removing the end of a longer or original word. See also Fun with Aphesis.
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