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EnglishEdit

NounEdit

Test (plural Tests)

  1. (cricket) (sometimes test) a Test match

Proper nounEdit

Test

  1. A river in Hampshire, England, which empties into the Solent near Southampton.

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GermanEdit

 
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PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /tɛst/, [tɛst]
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  • Rhymes: -ɛst

Etymology 1Edit

From English test, from Old French test (pot; melting pot, especially one in which metals were tried), from Latin testum (pot). Compare etymology 2 below. The development from “melting pot” to “procedure of testing metals” also happened natively in earlier German, but the further generalisation is exclusively English.

NounEdit

Test m (genitive Tests or Testes, plural Tests or Teste, diminutive Testchen n)

  1. test
Usage notesEdit
  • The commoner plural is Tests. The form Teste is chiefly colloquial.
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Derived termsEdit

Derived terms of Test (adjectives)
Derived terms of Test (nouns)
  • Verb: testen
  • Etymology 2Edit

    From Middle High German test (melting pot), from Old French test, from Latin testum.

    NounEdit

    Test m (genitive Testes, plural Teste)

    1. (obsolete) melting pot
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    Further readingEdit

    • Test in Duden online