a question: an inquiry, a doubt, a problem, a matter noun
to question: to interrogate, to interview; to challenge verb
  • "I was wondering if you'd like to join me for the interview, since your help is a major reason why they chose our company, and also just in case any 'technical questions' may arise."
  • "Bruno : Good question."
  • "Lucie Lohan and I will now question all of the suspects present."
  • "Please answer any questions Ms. Lohan might have, and keep things harmonious!"
  • "This question soon became one of Cheeter's favourites: a sort of mantra which he repeated up until his death."
  • "Sorry, stupid question."
  • "Where do you see yourself... No, bad question, sorry."
  • "Krazy Gidyon : No question is too crazy!"
  • "So, do you have any questions for me?"
  • "So, before we land in Australia, do you have any questions?"

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