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Legal vetting of contracts requires the person to do a very intense check of intent, clauses, recitals, and risk to protect a client's needs, as well as facilitate a definite transaction flow.
1. To make a prior examination and critical analysis, or detailed evaluation, of a document, a line of action regarding someone or people, etc.: If something is vetted, it is checked carefully to make sure that it meets the requirements that government officials have established.
To vet was originally a horse-racing term, referring to the requirement that a horse be checked for health and soundness by a veterinarian before being allowed to race. Thus, it has taken the general meaning "to check". It is a figurative contraction of veterinarian, which originated in the mid-17th century.
Vetting Vet It's a figurative contraction of veterinarian. The fancy word for animal doctor originated in the mid-17th century.
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We are introducing new security vetting procedures. She insists on vetting questions prior to an interview. An army spokesman said that the security vetting of personnel was a normal procedure in all defence forces.
verb (used with object), vet·ted, vet·ting. to examine or treat in one's capacity as a veterinarian or as a doctor. to appraise, verify, or check for accuracy, authenticity, validity, etc.: An expert vetted the manuscript before publication.
verb (used with object), vet·ted, vet·ting. to examine or treat in one's capacity as a veterinarian or as a doctor. to appraise, verify, or check for accuracy, authenticity, validity, etc.: An expert vetted the manuscript before publication.
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