1. to examine
The doctor wants to examine the patient once again.
Critics say the changes mean the court is now unable to examine government legislation. / Russia has agreed that a team of Ukrainian doctors can examine Savchenko in jail. / Police say the sign is being examined for fingerprints.
I need to examine you.
Please take off your shirt, I need to examine you.
English word "examinar"(to examine) occurs in sets:500 most important Spanish verbs 426 - 450Fichas del libro - "My Day Reminiscences of a Long...Fichas del libro - "A New Pocket Mouse (Genus Pero...Week 5 Level 3Week 3 Level 1
2. look into
The police have promised to look into the problem.
Someone said there was a meeting at 9:30 but I haven't heard anything about it. Shall I look into it?
[We will look into the problem as soon as possible.]
I'll look into the matter and send an invoice.
We'll look into the problem and come back to you when we have the information.
I wrote a letter of complaint, and the airline have promised to look into the matter.
Don't worry, I'll look into it.
We'll have to look into the problem carefully.
He will look into your complain.
We must look into the matter before we make a decision.
English word "examinar"(look into) occurs in sets:TOEFL - Phrasal verbs 126 - 150phrasal verbs