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sondage

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English

Etymology

From French sondage.

Pronunciation

Noun

Singular
sondage

Plural
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  1. (archaeology) A small test excavation or test pit to examine the stratigraphy of a site; a deeper investigation of a small part of a larger trench.

French

Etymology

From sonder.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /sɔ̃daʒ/

Noun

sondage m. (plural sondages)

  1. poll, survey
  2. (medicine) probing, probe, catheterization
  3. (technology) boring, drilling
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