testować (coś) przed przedstawieniem tego publicznie lub klientowi
Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
By allowing the public to pretest a building, a better result can evolve prior to construction.
The animal disorder allows researchers to pretest drugs and other treatments before they are tried in patients.
I insisted that we pretest and post-test every commercial, especially TV commercials, to see whether they were effective.
"You may find it uncomfortable, but we find it vital to pretest candidates for important jobs."
That one-thirty-five has been especially modified to pretest various experiments and equipment for the low gravity of shuttle flights.
He also believed successful advertising depended on measuring people's reaction, and he developed a formula to pretest advertisements.
Pretest the spray by applying it to an inconspicuous part of the garment before using it on the stain.
A useful method for checking a questionnaire and making sure it is accurately capturing the intended information is to pretest among a smaller subset of target respondents.
Cover the stain with a rubbing alcohol compress (dilute alcohol with 2 parts water for acrylic and modacrylic and pretest its effects).
Dr. Wilber wants to pretest Olympic athletes in Beijing, something he did for several athletes competing in the 2004 Olympics in Athens.
We conducted pretests by phone with officials from Washington State to pretest the funeral home survey, Virginia for the cemetery survey, Kansas for the crematory survey, Mississippi and Louisiana for the sales of pre-need plans survey, and South Carolina for the third party sellers survey.