Definition of question time in English:

question time

Line breaks: ques|tion time

noun

(In the UK) a period during parliamentary proceedings in the House of Commons when MPs may question ministers: the issue arose several times at question time [as modifier]: rowdy question-time exchanges
More example sentences
  • Parliamentary question time is not just for our benefit but for the benefit of the public, as well.
  • But she was tossed out of parliament during her first question time on Tuesday.
  • In question time today the Minister acknowledged the issue, but did he pick up the challenge?

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