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Synonyms for detect

Synonyms for detect

to perceive, especially barely or fleetingly

to perceive with a special effort of the senses or the mind

Synonyms for detect

discover or determine the existence, presence, or fact of

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The size and versatility of detect switches extends beyond high reliability applications into the high actuation consumer market as well.
One of these centers detects human antibodies to a particular bacterium or virus.
The detector is also combined with underground radar, which radiates two gigahertz of electromagnetic waves and detects the reflection of landmines buried up to 80cm in the ground.
In this way, a honeypot can detect more attacks than any other IDS solution.
Using a portable survey meter, detect the ambient background radiation level away from the load and, also scan the driver and vehicle with the portable unit.
There is no FDA-approved, standardized test to detect silicone in the body.
The AICPA auditing standards board's reexamination of the auditor's responsibility to detect errors and irregularities, as described in SAS no.
has demonstrated the device's capability to detect breast tumors in more than 20 patients.
The JPL-designed devices, on the other hand, collect spores with an air sampler, heat them up to expose a molecule unique to the anthrax spore and detect the presence of anthrax through a chemical test.
Alternatively, this fact may indicate defective surveillance; countries that do not detect primary cases may not detect secondary cases.
While the ultimate dream remains to find a planet just like home, hot Earths are easier to detect and could be far more abundant.
This additional time allows the otolaryngologist to detect any re-emergence of pathogens that were not eradicated.
Using simulations, we explored the ability of the method to quickly detect the effect of control measures.