question

ˈkwesʧ(ə)n

Перевод:

Noun: вопрос сомнение проблема дело
Verb: сомневаться спрашивать допрашивать задавать вопрос
Interjection: это еще вопрос ближе к делу

Фразы:

a question of blind education - проблема образования для слепых

careful examination of the question - тщательное рассмотрение вопроса

to make clear the meaning of the question - прояснить смысл вопроса

crucial question - важный вопрос

to debate a question / an issue / a subject - обсуждать вопрос, проблему, тему

to duck away from a question - увиливать от вопроса

dumb idea / question - дурацкая идея, дурацкий вопрос

question of fact - вопрос факта

fine point / question - трудный, деликатный вопрос

to examine / interrogate / question a witness - допросить свидетеля

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Примеры:

Reply to the question. - Отвечай на вопрос.

I need to ask a question. - Мне нужно задать вопрос.

What a dumb question. - Что за тупой вопрос. / Какой глупый вопрос.

Are you questioning what I'm saying? - Вы ставите мои слова под сомнение?

It's true beyond question. - Вне всякого сомнения, это правда.

This question puzzles me. - Этот вопрос ставит меня в тупик.

Answer question number 4. - Ответьте на вопрос номер четыре.

Let me reword my question. - Позвольте мне перефразировать свой вопрос.

Can you repeat your question? - Не могли бы вы повторить вопрос?

The question is still open. - Этот вопрос по-прежнему открыт.

Can I put a question to you? - Можно задать вам вопрос?

Can I ask you a question? - Можно задать вам вопрос?

The question was well put. - Вопрос был поставлен /задан, сформулирован/ правильно.

Are there any more questions? - Ещё вопросы есть?

I don't understand the question. - Я не понимаю вопроса.

OK. Let me rephrase the question. - Хорошо, позвольте мне перефразировать вопрос.

Her question caught him off guard. - Её вопрос застал его врасплох.

But now to the main question. - А сейчас обсудим главный вопрос.

One question still nagged me. - Один вопрос по-прежнему не давал мне покоя.

Will you repeat the question? - Не могли бы вы повторить вопрос?

There is no question of escape. - Нет ни малейшего шанса сбежать.

The question wasn't very clear. - Вопрос был не очень понятен.

That's an interesting question. - Интересный вопрос.

Nobody could answer my question. - Никто не смог ответить на мой вопрос.

I will repeat the question once. - Я повторю этот вопрос только один раз.

He took offence at my question. - Он обиделся на мой вопрос.

I think I got question 3 wrong. - По-моему, я неправильно понял вопрос номер три.

Does anyone have any questions? - У кого-нибудь есть вопросы?

The question admits of no delay. - Вопрос не терпит отлагательства.

Answer this question truthfully. - Ответь на этот вопрос честно.

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Связанные термины:

in question: The person, thing, or time in question is one which you have just been talking about or which is relevant .

WH question: a question in English to which an appropriate answer is to give information rather than to answer "yes" or "no": typically introduced by the word who, which, what, where, when, or how

big question: A question is a problem, matter, or point which needs to be considered.

exam question: The questions in an examination are the problems which are set in order to test your knowledge or ability.

good question: If you say ' Good question ' in reply to a question, you mean that it is a difficult question to answer, or perhaps that you are embarrassed about the answer or do not know the answer.

hard question: A question is something that you say or write in order to ask a person about something.

moot question: an issue or position which is open to debate

open question: If something is an open question, people have different opinions about it and nobody can say which opinion is correct .

question mark: A question mark is the punctuation mark ? which is used in writing at the end of a question.

question tag: In grammar, a question tag is a very short clause at the end of a statement which changes the statement into a question. For example, in 'She said half price, didn't she?', the words 'didn't she' are a question tag.

question time: (in parliamentary bodies of the British type) a period of time set aside each day for members to question government ministers

quiz question: The questions in an examination are the problems which are set in order to test your knowledge or ability.

real question: A question is a problem, matter, or point which needs to be considered.

tag question: a clause added on to another clause to invite the hearer's agreement or conversational cooperation . Tags are usually in the form of a question with a pronoun as subject, the antecedent of which is the subject of the main clause; as isn't it in the bread is on the table, isn't it?

basic question: A question is something that you say or write in order to ask a person about something.

bonus question: a question in a quiz which earns a contestant extra points

catch question: if someone asks you a trick question, they ask you a question which is very difficult to answer, for example because there is a hidden difficulty or because the answer that seems obvious is not the correct one

cross-question: If you cross-question someone, you ask them a lot of questions about something.

direct question: a question asked in direct speech, such as Why did you come ?

essay question: an examination question that requires an answer in the form of an essay

loaded question: a question containing a hidden trap or implication

moral question: A question is a problem, matter, or point which needs to be considered.

question master: the chair of a quiz or panel game

Question Period: a period of time set aside each day for members of parliament to question government ministers

tough question: A question is a problem, matter, or point which needs to be considered.

trick question: If someone asks you a trick question, they ask you a question which is very difficult to answer, for example because there is a hidden difficulty or because the answer that seems obvious is not the correct one.

vexed question: an issue that is much debated and discussed

vital question: A question is a problem, matter, or point which needs to be considered.

awkward question: A question is something that you say or write in order to ask a person about something.

central question: A question is a problem, matter, or point which needs to be considered.

complex question: A question is a problem, matter, or point which needs to be considered.

critical question: A question is a problem, matter, or point which needs to be considered.

difficult question: A question is something that you say or write in order to ask a person about something.

ethical question: A question is a problem, matter, or point which needs to be considered.

following question: A question is something that you say or write in order to ask a person about something.

important question: A question is a problem, matter, or point which needs to be considered.

indirect question: An indirect question is the same as a → reported question .

interview question: A question is something that you say or write in order to ask a person about something.

leading question: A leading question is expressed in such a way that it suggests what the answer should be.

perennial question: A question is a problem, matter, or point which needs to be considered.

previous question: (in the House of Commons ) a motion to drop the present topic under debate, put in order to prevent a vote

reported question: A reported question is a question which is reported using a clause beginning with a word such as 'why' or 'whether', as in 'I asked her why she'd done it'.

searching question: A question is something that you say or write in order to ask a person about something.

serious question: A question is a problem, matter, or point which needs to be considered.

specific question: A question is something that you say or write in order to ask a person about something.

without question: If you do something without question, you do it without arguing or asking why it is necessary .

a moot question: something having no practical relevance; an academic question

a question mark: doubt or uncertainty

beg the question: If you say that something begs a particular question, you mean that it makes people want to ask that question; some people consider that this use is incorrect .

call in question: → question (sense 12 )

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Однокоренные слова:

questionable - сомнительный, подозрительный, пользующийся плохой репутацией
questioner - корреспондент, интервьюер, тот, кто спрашивает
questionless - бесспорный, несомненный, бесспорно, несомненно
questioning - допрос, вопрошающий
questionary - анкета

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