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If someone wants to look into something, the first step is to open it. This action is always from an official whose job is to '''examine''' that something meets rules. So, inspection means "''examination''".  
 
If someone wants to look into something, the first step is to open it. This action is always from an official whose job is to '''examine''' that something meets rules. So, inspection means "''examination''".  
  
{{Evolution of usage3|The action of looking into luggages is necessary in airport.|The action of inspecting luggages is necessary in airport. | The inspection is necessary in airport.}}
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{{Evolution of usage3|The action of looking into luggages is necessary in airport.|The action of [[inspect|inspecting]] luggages is necessary in airport. | The inspection is necessary in airport.}}
 
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{{inspect related vocabulary}}
 
{{inspect related vocabulary}}

Latest revision as of 10:41, 9 January 2019

inspection = in + spect + ion

in-: in, into

spect: derived from Latin "specere", meaning "look"

-ion: the action of doing something

So inspection means: 

The action of looking into something.

If someone wants to look into something, the first step is to open it. This action is always from an official whose job is to examine that something meets rules. So, inspection means "examination".

Evolution of usage

The action of looking into luggages is necessary in airport.

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The action of inspecting luggages is necessary in airport.

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The inspection is necessary in airport.

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