question EN [ˈkwɛstʃən] US
Nom PL questions SUF -tion A sentence, phrase or word which asks for information, reply or response; an interrogative. I told him about everything I could ; and what I think of couldn't think of he did. He asked about six questions during my yarn, but every question had a point to it. At the end he bowed and thanked me . once more As a thanker he was main- truck high; I never see anybody so polite. A subject or topic for consideration or investigation. The question of seniority will be discussed at the meeting. There was a question of which material to use. A doubt or challenge about the truth or accuracy of a matter. His claim to the property has come under question. The story is true beyond question. He obeyed without question. A proposal to a meeting as a topic for deliberation. I move that the question be a vote. put to interrogation by torture. OBS Talk; conversation; speech. Made she no verbal question? Shakespeare King Lear ca. 1606 Verbe SG questions PR questioning PT, PP questioned To ask questions of; interrogate; enquire; ask for information. To raise doubts about; have doubts about. OBS To argue; to converse; to dispute. Plus d'exemples Utilisé au milieu de la phrase The Prime Minister deflected some increasingly pointed questions by claiming he had an appointment. The question also remains of where the bacterium survives in interepizootic periods (or indeed, through gerbil population crashes), which may itself be controlled by abiotic environmental conditions. She was looking more like Sherlock Holmes than ever. Slap a dressing- gown on her and give her a violin, and she could have walked straight into Baker Street and no questions asked. Utilisé dans la fin de la phrase One day I was out in the barn and he drifted in. I was currying the horse and he on the set down wheelbarrow and begun to ask questions. the decision one Hold off more day so I can answer your question. I don't want to this drag out talk, so I'll stop unless you have questions.