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  • bring into question — ► come (or bring) into question become (or raise) an issue for further consideration or discussion. Main Entry: ↑question …   English terms dictionary

  • come (or bring) into question — become (or raise) an issue for further consideration or discussion. → question …   English new terms dictionary

  • bring sth into question — bring/call sth into question ► to express doubt about something: »If somebody calls something into question, then let s stop and review it. ► to make people feel doubt about something: » The chief executive s popularity has sunk to levels that… …   Financial and business terms

  • bring/call sth into question — ► to express doubt about something: »If somebody calls something into question, then let s stop and review it. ► to make people feel doubt about something: » The chief executive s popularity has sunk to levels that bring his legitimacy into… …   Financial and business terms

  • bring something into question — call/bring/throw/something into question phrase to make something seem less certain New evidence has called into question the testimony of this witness. Thesaurus: to make something less certainsynonym Main entry …   Useful english dictionary

  • into question — adverb : up for or subject to discussion in which doubt is cast usually used with bring or call or come bring several of the current beliefs of this sort into question Ralph Linton only natural that all the former systems of classifying ancient… …   Useful english dictionary

  • into question — {adv. phr.} Into doubt or argument. Usually used with call , bring or come . * /This soldier s courage has never been called into question./ * /If a boy steals, his parents teaching comes into question./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • into question — {adv. phr.} Into doubt or argument. Usually used with call , bring or come . * /This soldier s courage has never been called into question./ * /If a boy steals, his parents teaching comes into question./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • into\ question — adv. phr. Into doubt or argument. Usually used with call , bring or come . This soldier s courage has never been called into question. If a boy steals, his parents teaching comes into question …   Словарь американских идиом

  • come into question — ► come (or bring) into question become (or raise) an issue for further consideration or discussion. Main Entry: ↑question …   English terms dictionary

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