n.调查, 查究, 探针, 探测器
He was asking probing questions.
He probed the swelling anxiously with his finger.
He probed the mud with a stick, looking for the ring he had dropped.
The journalist was probing into several financial scandals.
Information about Venus obtained by Russian probes has been published on some magazines.
1. 【医】探针, 探子
The brain surgeon asked the nurse to pass him a probe.
2. (对伤处等的)针探, 探查
3. 刺探; 探索; 彻底调查[(+into)]
The police are working on a probe into suspected drug dealing in Florida.
4. 太空探测器, 探测飞船
1. 用探针(或探测器)探查, 探测
The doctor probed the wound.
2. 刺探; 彻底调查
The governor appointed a committee to probe the causes of the strike.
1. 用探针(或探测器)探查, 探测[(+for)]
2. 查究; 调查[(+for/into)]
They are probing into the cause of the crime.