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Translation of "interrogate" - English-Turkish dictionary

interrogate

verb [T]     /ɪnˈterəɡeɪt/
to ask someone a lot of questions, often with great force sorguya çekmek, sorgulamak Police have arrested and interrogated the two suspects.Questioning people and asking questions in generalCuriositySuspecting and questioning
interrogation     /ɪnˌterəˈɡeɪʃən/ noun [C, U]
sorgu twelve hours of brutal interrogation
interrogator noun [C]
sorgulayan kişi
Translations of “interrogate”
in Arabic يَستَجوِب…
in Korean 심문하다…
in Malaysian menyoal siasat…
in French interroger…
in Italian interrogare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 訊問,審問,盤問, (在電腦上)查詢…
in Russian допрашивать…
in Polish przesłuchiwać…
in Vietnamese thẩm vấn…
in Spanish interrogar…
in Portuguese interrogar…
in Thai ซักถาม…
in German befragen…
in Catalan interrogar…
in Japanese ~を尋問する…
in Indonesian menanyai dengan gencar, menginterogasi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 讯问,审问,盘问, (在计算机上)查询…
(Definition of interrogate from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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