transmit (a signal) for setting off an appropriate response, as in telecommunication
pose a series of questions to
"The suspect was questioned by the police"; "We questioned the survivor about the details of the explosion"
To question or quiz, especially in a thorough or aggressive manner.
The police interrogated the suspect at some length before they let him go.
Origin: From interrogatus, past participle of interrogare, from inter + rogare; see rogation.
to question formally; to question; to examine by asking questions; as, to interrogate a witness
to ask questions
an interrogation; a question
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
in-tėr′o-gāt, v.t. to question: to examine by asking questions.—v.i. to ask questions: to inquire.—n. Interrogā′tion, act of interrogating: a question put: the mark placed after a question (?).—adj. Interrog′ative, denoting a question: expressed as a question.—n. a word used in asking a question.—adv. Interrog′atively.—ns. Interr′ogator; Interrog′atory, a question or inquiry.—adj. expressing a question. [L. interrogāre, -ātum—inter, between, rogāre, to ask.]
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The numerical value of interrogate in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of interrogate in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Examples of interrogate in a Sentence
(National intelligence) are going to interrogate the management of the hotel.
Both of them were arrested on Wednesday night from two separate places, today they will be produced in the court and police will seek a 10-day remand to interrogate them.
I want the people who were involved in this tragedy to be interrogated and charged, we believe that the Russian authorities should do this. They have every opportunity to interrogate people in Russia and also people in the CAR.
They say we should let them interview our nuclear scientists. This means interrogation, i will not let foreigners talk to our scientists and to interrogate our dear children ... who brought us this extensive (nuclear) knowledge.
We are looking at between $500-$600 million or thereabouts, this report is not yet out and as soon as we get it and we interrogate it and we feel comfortable with it, then we will know the actual numbers that the experts recommend.
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- vallat, faggatHungarian
- 訊く, 審尋Japanese
- interrogeren, verhoren, ondervragenDutch
- przesłuchiwać, przesłuchaćPolish
- interrogar, questionarPortuguese
- допрашивать, допроситьRussian
- prèslušati, ispítatiSerbo-Croatian
- sorgulamak, sorguya çekmek, istinkak etmek, isticvap etmek, soru sormakTurkish
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