interrogates, 3rd person singular present; interrogated, past participle; interrogating, present participle; interrogated, past tense;
Ask questions of (someone, esp. a suspect or a prisoner) closely, aggressively, or formally
Obtain data from (a computer file, database, storage device, or terminal)
(of an electronic device) Transmit a signal to (another device, esp. one on a vehicle) to obtain a response giving information about identity, condition, etc
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"
(interrogation) question: a sentence of inquiry that asks for a reply; "he asked a direct question"; "he had trouble phrasing his interrogations"
(interrogation) a transmission that will trigger an answering transmission from a transponder
(interrogation) formal systematic questioning
Interrogate are a heavy metal band from Northern Ireland. Originally formed in the late 90s, the band - from Castledawson, County Londonderry - have endured their fair share of hardships, but have come out the other side unscathed and invigorated. ...
(Interrogation (BDSM)) An interrogation scene is a form of BDSM roleplay in which the participants act out the parts of torturer and victim. ...
(Interrogation (film)) Interrogation (Przesłuchanie) is a 1982 Polish crime film directed by Ryszard Bugajski. ...
(The Interrogation) The Interrogation was an episode of the television series Dragnet that was originally broadcast on February 3, 1967. It was produced and directed by Jack Webb who also starred as Joe Friday and co-starred Harry Morgan and Kent McCord.
To question or quiz, especially in a thorough or aggressive manner
(Interrogation) Students take turns to sit at the front of the class. The rest of them fire quick questions at them for one minute either general or related to the grammar point. Don’t allow any short answers. A point is given for each grammatically correct response. ...
(Interrogation) The process of communicating with, and reading a transponder
An interrogation is where the police ask questions with the purpose of getting information about a crime from a suspect or a witness. If a person is “in custody”, then the police must give Miranda warnings; i.e., “read you your rights” before they can interrogate. ...
Interrogation is the practice of interviewing people, often without their consent, in order to obtain information regarding crimes. It typically involves a direct accusation or the presupposition of guilt or blame.
a function usually performed by gating light source-photoreceiver pair; asking (interrogating) whether a certain condition has been met (for example, proper fill level in boxes moving along a conveyor), and thereby enabling or disabling an inspect light source-photoreceiver pair (which will ...
(v) sorub çıģarģa, sorurģa
(v) : put questions to
To examine by questioning formally or officially, interview, cross-examine, quiz, grill