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Please define the term 'dry run' for me!



 
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Please define the term 'dry run' for me! #1 (permalink) Mon Mar 08, 2004 20:36 pm   Please define the term 'dry run' for me!
 

Hello!

Test No. incompl/advan-67 "Dry as you like", question 2

We're not quite sure how it will work so today we're having a dry ......... to find out if there are any problems.

(a) go
(b) try
(c) attempt
(d) run

Test No. incompl/advan-67 "Dry as you like", answer 2

We're not quite sure how it will work so today we're having a dry run to find out if there are any problems.

Correct answer: (d) run

Please explain dry run.
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Dry run #2 (permalink) Tue Mar 09, 2004 9:14 am   Dry run
 

Hi Terminator,

This means a trial or a practice - a sort of experiment before you do the real thing.

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Dry run #3 (permalink) Wed Jun 02, 2004 20:51 pm   Dry run
 

Alan wrote:
Hi Terminator,

This means a trial or a practice - a sort of experiment before you do the real thing.

Alan

Hi Alan!
Thank you! You helped me to get it!
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Please define the term 'dry run' for me! #4 (permalink) Thu Apr 08, 2010 1:48 am   Please define the term 'dry run' for me!
 

Hi Alan dry run means to do something you don't sure
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Please define the term 'dry run' for me! #5 (permalink) Thu Apr 08, 2010 8:27 am   Please define the term 'dry run' for me!
 

Hi,

It is a trial and obviously you don't know the outcome.

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