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query

Pronunciation: /ˈkwɪri; ˈkwɪəri/

Translation of query in Spanish:

noun/nombre (plural -ries)

  • 1.1 (doubt) duda (feminine); (question) pregunta (feminine) I have a query tengo una duda, quisiera hacer una pregunta she accepted it without query lo aceptó sin cuestionarlo
    Example sentences
    • His second query concerned the request from residents, whose property faces onto the Fairgreen at the rear, to have a footpath installed behind their houses.
    • Those who have a query, are seeking information or wish to register a complaint and are unsure whom to contact, may call the North West
    • The station now has more staff to deal with queries and give out information and there are 15 CCTV cameras operating 24 hours-a-day to help ensure passenger safety.
    1.2 (question mark) (British English/inglés británico) signo (masculine) de interrogación

transitive verb/verbo transitivo (-ries, -rying, -ried)

  • 1.1 (dispute) [statement/right] cuestionar I'm not querying your integrity no estoy poniendo su integridad en duda or en tela de juicio I'd like to query this bill me parece que hay un error en esta cuenta she's bound to query these figures seguro que pide explicaciones sobre estas cifras I query whether they are solvent tengo mis dudas acerca de su solvencia 1.2 (ask) preguntar, inquirir* [formal]

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