01. Before going to the second part of our lecture, are there any [queries] regarding the material that we've just covered?
02. The police [queried] the suspect as to his whereabouts on the night of the murder.
03. The professor [queried] her research methodology, and suggested that the results may necessitate further study.
04. No one at the meeting [queried] our decision to terminate the project.
05. A television report [queried] the President as to whether terrorism was suspected in the crash of the space shuttle.
06. It is not certain whether any response to our [query] will be ready within the immediate future.
07. The patient [queried] the doctor about alternatives to treatment.
08. I [queried] my mark on the assignment, and the professor agreed to take another look at it.
09. The salesmen [queried] whether they would have any say in the new publicity campaign.
10. Any [queries] regarding the functioning of the database should be directed to Nik Holmes.
11. I think I can answer any [queries] about the project that may come up at the meeting.
12. I [queried] the bill for the repairs done to our car, as it seemed unreasonably high.
13. We have received a number of [queries] in the last couple of days regarding our upcoming charter tour to Vietnam.
14. To the [query], "What is a friend?" Aristotle's reply was "A single soul dwelling in two bodies."
15. If you type in a [query], and then hit the return button, you will get an immediate answer.

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  • Query — Que ry, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Queried}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Querying}.] 1. To put questions about; to elicit by questioning; to inquire into; as, to query the items or the amount; to query the motive or the fact. [1913 Webster] 2. To address… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Query — Que ry, v. i. 1. To ask questions; to make inquiry. [1913 Webster] Each prompt to query, answer, and debate. Pope. [1913 Webster] 2. To have a doubt; as, I query if he is right. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • query — index challenge, check (inspect), cross examination, cross examine, cross questioning, dispute (contest) …   Law dictionary

  • query — ► NOUN (pl. queries) 1) a question, especially one expressing doubt. 2) chiefly Printing a question mark. ► VERB (queries, queried) 1) ask a query. 2) N. Amer. put a query or queries to …   English terms dictionary

  • Query — Que ry, n.; pl. {Queries}. [L. quaere, imperative sing. of quaerere, quaesitum to seek or search for, to ask, inquire. Cf. {Acquire}, {Conquer}, {Exquisite}, {Quest}, {Require}.] 1. A question; an inquiry to be answered or solved. [1913 Webster]… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Quéry — Nom surtout porté dans la Somme et dans l Aisne. On le trouve aujourd hui aussi au Canada et en Martinique. On connaît en Bretagne la variante Quérie (56). En Picardie, il s agit de celui qui est originaire de la commune de Quiéry (62). Dans le… …   Noms de famille

  • query — [n] demand for answers concern, doubt, dubiety, inquiry, interrogation, interrogatory, mistrust, objection, problem, question, questioning, reservation, skepticism, suspicion, uncertainty; concepts 21,48,53,662 Ant. answer, reply query [v] ask… …   New thesaurus

  • query — [kwir′ē, kwer′ē] n. pl. queries [< L quaere, 2d pers. sing., imper., of quaerere, to ask, inquire] 1. a question; inquiry 2. a doubt 3. a question mark (?) placed after a question or used to question the accuracy of written or printed matter… …   English World dictionary

  • query — (v.) 1530s, quaere, from L. quaere ask, imperative of quaerere to seek, gain, ask, probably ultimately from PIE *kwo , root forming the stem of relative and interrogative pronouns. Spelling altered c.1600 by influence of inquiry. The noun in the… …   Etymology dictionary

  • query — /ˈkweri, ingl. ˈkwɪərɪ/ [vc. ingl., dall imperat. lat. quaere «chiedi»] s. f. inv. (elab.) interrogazione …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • query — vb *ask, question, interrogate, inquire, examine, quiz, catechize …   New Dictionary of Synonyms