Take questions

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Definition

to take questions: to respond to, to answer, to invite questions
verb
Now that I've finished my speech, I will be happy to take your questions. Please raise your hand if you have any questions.

Examples

  • "Votes will be tallied over the weekend, and we will have a meeting on Monday, in addition to our regularly scheduled staff meeting, to discuss the results and take your questions."
  • "Now, I'll take a few questions from the press."
  • "I'll start with a review of the last month, then I'll take questions and comments."
  • "Ursula, why don't you take this question?"
  • "The votes will be tallied over the weekend, and we will have a meeting on Monday, in addition to our regularly scheduled staff meeting, to discuss the results, and take your questions."
  • "Susie : Let's take one last question shall we, Brian?"

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