副词:probingly 名词:prober 动词过去式:probed 过去分词:probed 现在分词:probing 第三人称单数:probes
prob,prov＝to test,to try（试）,to examine（检查;考试）
1 tool for examining a place whichcannot be reached otherwise, esp a thin implement with a blunt end used by a doctor for examining a wound 探查工具; 探测器; （尤指医生用的）探子, 探针.
2 (also `space probe) unmanned spacecraft which obtains information about space and transmits it back to earth 航天探测器（一种不载人的宇宙飞船, 用以搜集有关宇宙的资料, 并发送回地球）
*information about Venus obtained by Russian probes 由俄国航天探测器获得的有关金星的信息.
3 ~ (into sth) (esp in journalism) thorough and careful investigation of sth （尤作新闻用语）探究, 深入的调查
*a probe into the disappearance of government funds 对政府资金流失一事的调查.
4 act of probing 探查; 探测; 调查.
1 [Tn] explore or examine (sth) with or as if with a probe(1) （用或似用探针等）探查, 探测
*He probed the swelling anxiously with his finger. 他很担心地用手指触摸肿处.
* Searchlights probed the night sky. 探照灯探查夜空.
2 [I, Ipr, Tn] ~ (into sth) investigate or examine (sth) closely 细查, 探究（某事物）
*The journalist was probing into several financial scandals. 那记者正在调查几起财务丑事.
* She tried to probe his mind to find out what he was thinking. 她想深入了解他的思想, 好知道他在想什么. probing adj intended to discover the truth; searching 追根究底的; 探索的
*He was asking probing questions. 他提出了一些盘根究底的问题.
1. The brain surgeon asked the nurse to pass him a probe. 脑外科医生要护士将探针递给他。
2. Since we generally assess and probe professionally rather than socially, we start talking business very quickly. 既然我们通常是通过工作而不是社交来评估和了解他人的，我们就开门见山地谈生意。