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English definition of “call into question”

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call into question

formal
to cause doubts about something: The fact that a party can be voted into power by a minority of the electorate calls into question the country's electoral system.
Translations of “call into question”
in Chinese (Traditional) 引起對…的懷疑,使懷疑…
in Chinese (Simplified) 引起对…的怀疑,使怀疑…
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