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query

verb [T]
 
 
/ˈkwɪəri/
to ask questions in order to check that something is true or correct: [+ question word] A few students have queried whether exam marks were added up correctly.Questioning people and asking questions in generalCuriositySuspecting and questioning
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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