(surgery) Any of various medical instruments used to explore wounds, organs, etc.
(figuratively) Something which penetrates something else, as though to explore; something which obtains information.
An act of probing; a prod, a poke.
(figuratively) An investigation or inquiry.
(aeronautics) A tube attached to an aircraft which can be fitted into the drogue from a tanker aircraft to allow for aerial refuelling.
(sciences) A small device, especially an electrode, used to explore, investigate or measure something by penetrating or being placed in it.
- They launched a probe into the cause of the accident.
(astronautics) A small, usually unmanned, spacecraft used to acquire information or measurements about its surroundings.
(game of go) a move with multiple answers seeking to make the opponent choose and commit to a strategy
- Insert the probe into the soil and read the temperature.
* (game of go ) yosu-miru
(intransitive) To explore, investigate, or question
- If you probe further, you may discover different reasons.
To insert a probe into.
- the growing disposition to probe the legality of all acts of the crown
, author=Rapra Technology
, title=Pharmaceutical Polymers
, passage=The influence of the polymer on the application must be understood, established and continuously prooven !
, author=David Eugene Wilkins
, quotee=Law 17
, title=Documents of Native American Political Development
, publisher=Oxford University Press
, passage=… and he can proove' it was done accidently he shall not pay, if it can be ' prooven , that he did it intentionally he shall pay the owner.
, author=Amit Gupta
, title=Resurrection of Tutankhamun
, publisher=Glory Graphics
, passage=Which has some base to solidfy our theory which is not been prooven yet.
, author=LT Wolf
, title=The World King
, passage= The brainstorming session with his lieutenants had prooven fremful.