Scrutiny

usgb/ˈskruːtəni/Volume
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Media UsagePlay
The term is often used in news to describe intense media attention. SlideThe politician's speech is under scrutiny by news outlets.
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Negative ImplicationPlay
'Under scrutiny' can imply problems or issues being looked at. SlideThe company's finances were under scrutiny after the audit.
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Seeking DetailsPlay
Scrutiny implies looking at something very closely. SlideHer research underwent close scrutiny before publication.