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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdetectionde‧tec‧tion /dɪˈtekʃən/ ●●○ AWL noun [uncountable]  FIND OUTwhen something is found that is not easy to see, hear etc, or the process of looking for itdetection of Early detection of the disease is vital.escape/avoid detection By flying low, the plane avoided detection by enemy radar.
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detectionBy flying low, the plane was able to avoid detection by enemy radar.Alternatively, anti-HEV titres in subjects infected as children but not re-exposed as adults could have diminished beyond detection.This means that asteroids up to about 250 meters in diameter can generally evade detection indefinitely.Both products required Southern hybridisation and probing for detection.His enthusiasm for the cloak-and-dagger business of detection seemed to have waned.When I heard the story as a boy, it did much to interest me in practical detection.Practices with less stable populations would have to run shorter cycles to achieve similar detection rates.Environmental monitoring: This critical system oversees proper functioning of the air conditioning, water detection and humidity controls.We now come to the final stage in the Johnston and McClelland model - abstract word detection.escape/avoid detectionHe had avoided detection during the war, when for wholly different reasons he was murdered by the Saigon secret police.These problems, however, may escape detection.The Government says the plates can't avoid detection.But of course he had, and my clumsy attempt to avoid detection only served to make the retribution fiercer.He journeyed without royal vestments, wearing a disguise to escape detection and perhaps to save money.Many of the newsgroup messages deal with how to avoid detection by the authorities.Be aware that fraudulent businesses often change their names to avoid detection.It said in a communique that he had undergone facial surgery to avoid detection.
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