Noun(1) an instance of questioning
Verb(1) pose a question
(1) Those who have a query , are seeking information or wish to register a complaint and are unsure whom to contact, may call the North West(2) We query the teacher as to her views on assessment and accountability in general and special education, and on inclusion of students in general education.(3) She completely fails to query whether or not this competitive bloodlust is something we as a society want to encourage.(4) Some shareholders are expected to query whether this would be the most prudent use of the money.(5) Anyway, some have asked us to query our readers since we are in touch with so many people in the healthcare industry.(6) The golf course is a good public amenity but I would query whether it could be run in a way that at least allows it to break even.(7) Clinicians should query parents about eating behaviors when discussing dietary habits at well-child visits.(8) We recently have sent out questionnaire to query our Japanese readers about their reactions to our magazine and products.(9) While scientists may well query the value of this kind of concept, I am sure that many social scientists will query its entire validity.(10) In the event he failed a fitness test on the Friday prior to the game but in any event he would have been prevented from playing following a query from Carlow regarding his eligibility.(11) I rang the water company to query my bill(12) Sometimes a questionnaire can be used to query students.(13) We got a chance to query him on a variety of subjects and his answers provide an interesting look into his mind (or at the very least scratch the surface).(14) That is not a call for censorship, but it is legitimate to query whether this project is the most suitable to receive public money.(15) Replays showed Jayawardene took the low catch on the half-volley and home umpire Asoka de Silva referred to square-leg colleague Dave Orchard to query whether the catch had been taken cleanly.(16) A council spokesperson said he was not in a position to answer the query on the double yellow lines.
(1) query whether :: navraag of
1. question ::
2. doubt ::
3. ask ::
4. question ::
1. assurance ::
2. belief ::
3. certitude ::
4. confidence ::
5. conviction ::
6. surety ::
7. trust ::
Different Formsqueries, query, querying
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