- the punctuation mark ?, used at the end of questions and in other contexts where doubt or ignorance is implied
- this mark used for any other purpose, as to draw attention to a possible mistake,
as in a chess commentary
- an element of doubt or uncertainty
Translations for 'question mark'
- British English: question mark A question mark is the punctuation mark (?) which is used in writing at the end of a question.He put a question mark next to her name on the list.ˈkwɛstʃən mɑːk NOUN
- Arabic: عَلامَةُ إِسْتِفْهَام
- Brazilian Portuguese: ponto de interrogação
- Chinese: 问号
- Croatian: upitnik
- Czech: otazník
- Danish: spørgsmålstegn
- Dutch: vraagteken
- European Spanish: signo de interrogación
- Finnish: kysymysmerkki
- French: point d’interrogation
- German: Fragezeichen Fragezeichen
- Greek: ερωτηματικό
- Italian: punto interrogativo
- Japanese: 疑問符
- Korean: 의문부호
- Norwegian: spørsmålstegn
- Polish: znak zapytania
- Portuguese: ponto de interrogação
- Romanian: semn de întrebare semne de întrebare
- Russian: вопросительный знак
- Spanish: signo de interrogación
- Swedish: frågetecken
- Thai: เครื่องหมายคำถาม
- Turkish: soru işareti
- Ukrainian: знак питання
- Vietnamese: dấu chấm hỏi
Example Sentences Including 'question mark'
A question mark also hangs over the naming rights sponsorship to Indy with Honda not renewing its contract for the 2003 season.
Courier, Sunday Mail (2002)
Bertuzzi's suspension aside, the Canucks also realize that injured Ed Jovanovski (shoulder) remains a question mark.
He did not agree with the Communists, but he wrote a large question mark against the police.
He glanced up when he heard me coming, mumbled something about stiff wrists, and bent over like a question mark to address the ball.
Follow the Sharks
The cover of the menu showed a thin gangling figure, bent like a question mark.
Dreams of Innocence
The question mark clearly has a bright chance of turning into a star in future.
Business Today (1998)
Working swiftly, Pete made an enormous blue question mark , at least a yard high, on the dirty white face of the theatre.
Three in One
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