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What is another word for queries?

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Verb
To dispute the validity of
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“Some shareholders are expected to query whether this would be the most prudent use of the money.”
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To ask someone a question or questions, especially in an interrogative fashion
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“No one was ever quite brave enough to query him about his involvement or ask him what those neuroses were.”
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To perform an analysis or investigation into something
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“Through my readings, I began to query if something central within me was amiss.”
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To have or cast doubts about a fact or supposition
“Several minutes after nine, he began to query the clothing he had chosen to don himself with.”
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(computing) To pass a set of instructions to a database to retrieve data from it
“Run the following SQL statement to query the database table.”
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To have doubts or suspicions about
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To implore or make a request for
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To put forward one's questions
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To analyze or argue against a claim or piece of information
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To think about something with curiosity or doubt
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To argue or raise objections about a trivial matter
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Puzzles or a questions constructed to exercise the intellect
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A feeling that one does not know the truthfulness, or trustworthiness of someone or something
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“Before embarking on this task, one obvious query about this way of proceeding needs first to be answered.”
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Plural for a question or request for information
“If you have a query regarding someone's book, you can find his or her email address and fire off the question in a matter of minutes.”
Noun
Plural for an act of questioning someone or requesting information from them
“On a query of the witness as to where the said person had gone, accused replied he did not know.”
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Plural for a search or investigation for information or details
“Officers conducted a query of the suspect's license and discovered that he had an active warrant.”
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Plural for an act of asking politely or formally for something
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Plural for a slight objection or criticism about a trivial matter
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Plural for a matter or concern or a topic of discussion
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