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query

verb [T]
 
 
/ˈkwɪəri/
to express doubt about something or ask for more information: Someone in the accounts department had queried his expense claim. The Revenue is unlikely to query such an arrangement unless the sums are particularly large in relation to your income.query whether/why/how He queries whether there is really sufficient demand to warrant another model.
Translations of “query”
in Arabic يَستَفسِر…
in Korean 질문하다, 문의하다…
in Malaysian bertanya…
in French demander…
in Turkish soru sormak…
in Italian sollevare dubbi su, contestare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 提問, 質問,懷疑…
in Russian подвергать сомнению…
in Polish kwestionować…
in Vietnamese hỏi…
in Spanish preguntar…
in Portuguese duvidar, pôr em dúvida, questionar…
in Thai ตั้งคำถาม…
in German fragen…
in Catalan qüestionar, preguntar…
in Japanese 問い合わせる, 質問する…
in Indonesian bertanya…
in Chinese (Simplified) 提问, 质问,怀疑…
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