Definition of 'enquiry'
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Liz did not think she would have minded her investigation into Crossland's whereabouts being subsumed into the wider Carver enquiry. DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATION (2001)On such occasions there is no evidence, no proof that can be offered to satisfy my Honourable Friend's enquiry. THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTS (2001)Not wanting to interrupt such good entertainment, she didn't go into the office but sat down at the enquiry desk. CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
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Translations for 'enquiry'
British English: enquiry /ɪnˈkwaɪərɪ/ NOUN
An enquiry is a question which you ask in order to get information.
He made some enquiries and discovered she had gone abroad.
- American English: inquiry
- Arabic: اِسْتِعْلام
- Brazilian Portuguese: indagação
- Chinese: 查询
- Croatian: upit
- Czech: dotaz
- Danish: forespørgsel
- Dutch: navraag
- European Spanish: indagación investigación
- Finnish: tiedustelu
- French: enquête
- German: Anfrage
- Greek: έρευνα
- Italian: domanda
- Japanese: 問い合わせ
- Korean: 질문
- Norwegian: forespørsel
- Polish: zapytanie
- European Portuguese: pedido de informação
- Romanian: investigații
- Russian: запрос
- Spanish: indagación
- Swedish: utredning
- Thai: การไต่สวน
- Turkish: araştırma
- Ukrainian: запит
- Vietnamese: câu hỏi
Definition of enquiry from the Collins English Dictionary
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