interrog.

1. interrogation.

2. interrogative.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • interrog. — 1. interrogation. 2. interrogative. * * * abbrev 1. Interrogate 2. Interrogation 3. Interrogative 4. Interrogatively * * * interrog., 1. interrogation. 2. interrogative. * * * abbr. interrogative …   Useful english dictionary

  • interrog. — 1. interrogation. 2. interrogative. * * * …   Universalium

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  • how so — {interrog.} How is that so? Why is it so? How? Why? * /I said the party was a failure and she asked. How so? / * /He said his brother was not a good dancer and I asked him, How so? / …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • what about — {interrog.} 1. About or concerning what; in connection with what. Often used alone as a question. * / I want to talk to you. What about? / Compare: WHAT FOR. 2. See: WHAT OF IT. 3. See: HOW ABOUT …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • what for(1) — {interrog.} For what reason; why? * /I told Mary what I was going to town for./ * /What are you running for?/ Often used alone as a question. * /Billy s mother told him to wear his hat. What for? he asked./ Compare: HOW COME …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • what about — {interrog.} 1. About or concerning what; in connection with what. Often used alone as a question. * / I want to talk to you. What about? / Compare: WHAT FOR. 2. See: WHAT OF IT. 3. See: HOW ABOUT …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • what for(1) — {interrog.} For what reason; why? * /I told Mary what I was going to town for./ * /What are you running for?/ Often used alone as a question. * /Billy s mother told him to wear his hat. What for? he asked./ Compare: HOW COME …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • ac — interrog. adv. why, wherefore, whether; in direct questions, = nonne, nonquid; þá þu gehogodest sæcce sécan, ac þu gebettest mǽrum þéodne when thou resolvedst to seek warfare, hadst thou compensated the great prince?; [ak] conj 1. but; 2. for,… …   Old to modern English dictionary

  • hwilc — interrog pron, adj which, what; indef whosoever, whichever; any (one), some (one); swá hwilc swá whosoever, whatever …   Old to modern English dictionary

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