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to ask a question

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  • ask a question — The verb ask means to inquire about, to put a question to. In nearly every conceivable situation and meaning, a question should be omitted from ask a question; ask implies a question and should stand alone: A member of the audience asked (not… …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • ask a question — pose a question, make a query …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ask the question — verb To make an appeal to the umpire against the batsman …   Wiktionary

  • Question Time — in a parliament occurs when backbenchers (members of the parliament who are not Ministers) ask questions of the Prime Minister which he or she is obliged to answer. It usually occurs daily while parliament is sitting, though it can be cancelled… …   Wikipedia

  • ask — 1 Ask, question, interrogate, query, inquire, catechize, quiz, examine mean to address a person in an attempt to elicit information. Ask is the general or colorless term for putting a question {ask and you will find} {ask the price of an article} …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Question Hour — is the first hour in India s Lok Sabha devoted to questions. During this hour members can raise questions about any aspect of administrative activity.Question hour in other legislaturesThis sort of a process where elected representatives ask… …   Wikipedia

  • question — [kwes′chən, kwes′tyən] n. [ME < Anglo Fr questiun < OFr question < L quaestio < pp. of quaerere, to ask, inquire] 1. an asking; inquiry 2. something that is asked; interrogative sentence, as in seeking to learn or in testing another s …   English World dictionary

  • ask — O.E. ascian ask, call for an answer; make a request, from earlier ahsian, from P.Gmc. *aiskojan (Cf. O.S. escon, O.Fris. askia request, demand, ask, M.Du. eiscen, Du. eisen to ask, demand, O.H.G. eiscon to ask (a question), Ger. heischen to ask,… …   Etymology dictionary

  • ask — [v1] question buzz*, canvass, catechize, challenge, cross examine, demand, direct, enjoin, examine, give the third degree*, go over, grill*, hit*, hunt for*, inquire, institute, interrogate, investigate, needle*, pick one’s brains*, pop the… …   New thesaurus

  • ask after — ˈask ˌafter [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they ask after he/she/it asks after present participle asking after past tense …   Useful english dictionary

  • question — ques|tion1 W1S1 [ˈkwestʃən] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(asking for information)¦ 2¦(subject/problem)¦ 3¦(doubt)¦ 4 without question 5 there is no question of something happening/somebody doing something 6 in question 7 be a question of something 8 it s… …   Dictionary of contemporary English


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