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  • EN [ ˈkwestʃən]
  • US [ ˈkwestʃən]

English definition


  • 1. an instance of questioning;

    • "there was a question about my training"
    • "we made inquiries of all those who were present"
  • 2. the subject matter at issue;

    • "the question of disease merits serious discussion"
    • "under the head of minor Roman poets"
  • 3. a sentence of inquiry that asks for a reply;

    • "he asked a direct question"
    • "he had trouble phrasing his interrogations"
  • 4. uncertainty about the truth or factuality of existence of something;

    • "the dubiousness of his claim"
    • "there is no question about the validity of the enterprise"
  • 5. a formal proposal for action made to a deliberative assembly for discussion and vote;

    • "he made a motion to adjourn"
    • "she called for the question"
  • 6. an informal reference to a marriage proposal;

    • "he was ready to pop the question"


  • 1. challenge the accuracy, probity, or propriety of;

    • "We must question your judgment in this matter"
  • 2. pose a series of questions to;

    • "The suspect was questioned by the police"
    • "We questioned the survivor about the details of the explosion"
  • 3. pose a question

  • 4. conduct an interview in television, newspaper, and radio reporting

  • 5. place in doubt or express doubtful speculation;

    • "I wonder whether this was the right thing to do"
    • "she wondered whether it would snow tonight"

Example sentences

  • He stated his views on the question at the meeting.

  • The question of going to the Mount Tai preoccupied his mind.

  • People are beginning to question the old dogmas.

  • That's a religious question.

  • They entered into a discussion of the European question.

  • Only one question remains unanswered.

  • That's out of the question.

  • This question is easy to answer.

  • Your argument is foreign to the question.

  • To my mind, Mark Twain was beyond question the large man of his time.

  • The first question he asked me was quite straightforward.

  • This question is subsidiary to the previous one.

  • I pity you if you can't answer such a simple question!

  • The chairman followed up with another question.

  • Whether or no it is true remains a question.

  • We hammered out the question in friendly debate.

  • My only question right now involves the wraith.

  • His mind was bound up in that question.

  • The weather is so good that there is no question of wearing our raincoats.

  • Consider all angles of the question.

  • She gulped nervously, as if the question bothered her.

  • The director hedged the question with dexterity.

  • It is a troublesome question.

  • They had asked her one question after another, and indeed had knocked her senseless.

  • This is simply a question of formalities.

  • I can't easily give an answer to your question.

  • She had a brainstorm in the exam and didn't answer a single question.

  • I posted a question on the message board.

  • The question is whether technology is going to be our servant or our master.

Phrase collocation

  • be a question of time

    be certain to happen sooner or later

  • bring something into question

    raise an issue for further consideration or discussion

    • technology had brought into question the whole future of work.

  • come into question

    become an issue for further consideration or discussion

    • our Sunday Trading laws have come into question.

  • in question

    being considered or discussed

    • on the day in question, there were several serious emergencies.

    in doubt

    • all of the old certainties are in question.

  • no question of

    no possibility of

  • put the question

    (in a formal debate or meeting) require supporters and opponents of a proposal to record their votes

  • out of the question

    Not worth considering; impossible

    • Starting over is out of the question.

Synonym discrimination

  • ask, demand, inquire, question

  • problem, question, issue, matter


Meaning of question

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