inspect

inspect
/ɪn'spekt/ verb
to examine in detail
to inspect a machine or an installation
The gas board is sending an engineer to inspect the central heating system.
Officials from the DTI have come to inspect the accounts.
to inspect products for defects to look at products in detail to see if they have any defects

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