Questioning ( noun , adjective )

(As a noun)

Questioning ( noun )

  1. The act of asking questions or seeking information or clarification.
  2. A process of seeking information or clarification.

Origin:

From the latin word questionare meaning "to ask" or "to question".

Examples:

  1. The police questioning lasted for several hours.
  2. The questioning of the witness was intense.
  3. The teacher's questioning helped the students understand the material.
  4. The lawyer's questioning revealed the truth.
  5. The questioning of the suspect revealed new evidence.

(As an adjective)

Questioning ( adjective )

  1. The act of asking questions or seeking information or clarification.
  2. A process of seeking information or clarification.

Origin:

From the latin word questionare meaning "to ask" or "to question".

Examples:

  1. The police questioning lasted for several hours.
  2. The questioning of the witness was intense.
  3. The teacher's questioning helped the students understand the material.
  4. The lawyer's questioning revealed the truth.
  5. The questioning of the suspect revealed new evidence.
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