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sample /ˈsæmpəl/  /Brit ˈsɑːmpəl/

  • noun
    plural samples
    [count] a small amount of something that gives you information about the thing it was taken from
    a blood/water/soil sample
    We would like to see a sample of your work.
    a small amount of something that is given to people to try
    I tasted a sample of the new cereal.
    a group of people or things that are taken from a larger group and studied, tested, or questioned to get information
    The sample included 96 women over the age of 40.
    a sample group
    A random sample of people filled out the survey.
    a small part of a recording (such as a song) that is used in another performer's recording
    samples; sampled; sampling
    [+ obj] to taste a small amount of (something)
    to try or experience (something)
    technical :to test, study, or question (a group of people or things taken from a larger group) to get information
    to use a small part of (a recording, such as a song) in another recording
    always used before a noun
    used as an example of something
    The teacher handed out a sample essay/exam.
    Here are some sample questions for the test.

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