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to draw samples


Definition (British English)

draw, sample
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Definition (American English)

draw, sample
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draw, sample
Merriam Webster


draw, sample
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Stichproben entnehmen



Stichprobe, entnehmen

Forum discussions containing the search term

Grab sample - StichprobeLast post 23 May 08, 15:34
To take a grab sample from the influent of a wastewater treatment plant I think grab sample …1 Replies
fabric samples - die Gewebeproben Last post 28 Aug 12, 15:36 Replies
withdraw, draw - entnehmen, abhebenLast post 18 Feb 08, 15:53
He drew cash from the bank yesterday. / He withdrew cash from the bank yesterday. = Er hat…1 Replies
Informationen entnehmen - to draw information???Last post 25 Feb 07, 08:58
He draw the information about the sampled area size out of the articles and use them as a cl…7 Replies
StichprobeLast post 01 Jul 16, 16:27
From a newspaper article: 2001 hat das Institut in einer repräsentativen Stichprobe 1 064 B…12 Replies
power tests of samples - Leistungsprüfungen anhand von StichprobenLast post 18 Nov 09, 21:09
The Developer reserves the right to carry out, at its own cost and at any time, power tests …2 Replies
to sample - beprobenLast post 09 Jul 09, 11:42
In LEO enthalten: to take samples Proben nehmen to take a sampleeine Stichprobe entnehmen …4 Replies
samplesLast post 12 Jun 12, 20:14
With all the samples, by the time you're through shopping, you've had a light supper. My tr…11 Replies
samplesLast post 12 Jun 12, 02:16
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barrel sample - EntnahmestutzenbodenprobeLast post 15 Dec 20, 14:18
Die Entnahmestutzenbodenprobe ist ein Hapaxlegomenon, der Begriff taucht außer hier im Wört…3 Replies

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