1. an instance of questioning;
2. the subject matter at issue;
3. a sentence of inquiry that asks for a reply;
4. uncertainty about the truth or factuality of existence of something;
5. a formal proposal for action made to a deliberative assembly for discussion and vote;
6. an informal reference to a marriage proposal;
1. challenge the accuracy, probity, or propriety of;
2. pose a series of questions to;
3. pose a question
4. conduct an interview in television, newspaper, and radio reporting
5. place in doubt or express doubtful speculation;
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.
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.
being considered or discussed
on the day in question, there were several serious emergencies.
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.
ask, demand, inquire, question
problem, question, issue, matter
There is relatively little information about question, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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