Definition of call something into or in question in English:

call something into (or in) question

Cast doubt on something: these findings call into question the legitimacy of the proceedings
More example sentences
  • Integrity is one of the cornerstones upon which reliable journalism is based, and, when it is called into question, we begin to doubt everything we read in newspapers and magazines and see on television.
  • It was the second time that her victory was called into question.
  • My honesty has been called into question and it has made me look like a criminal.
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