English version

a battery of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha battery of somethinga battery of somethingGROUP OF THINGSa group of many things of the same type a battery of medical tests battery
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a battery of somethinga battery of medical and psychological testsThe doctors gave Colavitti a battery of pain killers and two years to live.On the left of the hall a battery of news cameramen and reporters were recording the scene.Ministers today issued a battery of statements proclaiming that the prospects for renewed growth remain good.This is quite a battery of questions.Cold saps a battery of strength, and cold makes an engine harder to start because the oil tends to thicken.All the children underwent a battery of tests at regular intervals.She was airlifted to Childrens Hospital, where she underwent a battery of tests.Walk into a dimly-lit gallery and approach the welded steel device fitted with a battery of fan-shaped movie screens.
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