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Interrogation 🔊 Meaning in Urdu

Interrogation in Sentence

He had trouble phrasing his interrogations.

Interrogation Synonyms

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Interrogation in Detail

1. سوالیہ جملہ Sawalia Jumlah : Interrogative, Interrogative Sentence, Question, Interrogation : (noun) a sentence of inquiry that asks for a reply.

He had trouble phrasing his interrogations.

Related : Sentence : a string of words satisfying the grammatical rules of a language. Cross-Question : a question asked in cross-examination.

2. استفسار Aistafsar, رسمی سوال Rasmi Sawal : Examination, Interrogatory, Interrogation : (noun) formal systematic questioning.

Related : Catechism : a series of question put to an individual (such as a political candidate) to elicit their views. Third Degree : interrogation often accompanied by torture to extort information or a confession.

3. تفتیش Tafteesh, سوال Sawal : Enquiry, Inquiry, Query, Question, Interrogation : (noun) an instance of questioning.

Useful Words

Ask - Enquire - Inquire : پوچھنا Pochna : inquire about. "I had to ask something"

Courtly - Formal - Stately : پرتکلف Pur Takalluf : refined or imposing in manner or appearance. "Don`t be formal"

Enquiry - Inquiry - Research : تحقیق Tehqeeq : a search for knowledge. "Their pottery deserves more research than it has received"

Doubting - Questioning - Sceptical - Skeptical : شکی Shaki : marked by or given to doubt. "Questioning boy"

Answer - Reply - Response : جواب Jawab : a statement (either spoken or written) that is made to reply to a question or request or criticism or accusation. "Just answer me"

Condemn - Doom - Sentence : سزا دینا Saza Dena : pronounce a sentence on (somebody) in a court of law. "What sentence he will receive?"

Systematic : مرحلہ وار Marhala War : characterized by order and planning. "The investigation was very systematic"