vet vet [vet] verb vetted PTandPPX vetting PRESPARTX [transitive] HUMAN RESOURCES
to examine someone's previous jobs and activities to find out whether they are suitable to do a job, especially one that involves dealing with secret information:

• The key requirement is to vet people for the most senior posts.

• After passing the selection board, candidates are vetted by one of the organization's professionals.

— vetting noun [uncountable] :

• The company said standard vetting procedures were carried out.

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vet UK US /vet/ verb [T] (-tt-)
HR to carefully check information about someone before employing them to make certain that they are suitable, do not have a criminal record, etc.: »

Candidates for senior positions are vetted by the board of directors.

to carefully check information, especially financial information, about someone who is applying for a loan or to rent or buy a property: »

Mortgage lenders are now vetting applicants more carefully.

to examine something carefully to make certain it is suitable, correct, etc.: »

The results of the survey have been carefully vetted by independent researchers.

vetting noun [U]

Credit-card companies have tightened their vetting procedures.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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