Definition of 'quiz'
Example sentences containing 'quiz'
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And a fondness for watching daytime quiz shows. The Sun (2016)Often he would gently quiz them about their daily lives. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Derby refused to comment when quizzed about the altercation. The Sun (2016)Think about the quizzes you see on TV and model the question style on them. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A FORMER footballer has been quizzed by police after dozens of investors lost millions in a failed investment fund. The Sun (2017)She quizzed me about my eyesight and my medication. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The suspect was being quizzed by police last night. The Sun (2013)You learn surprising things on quiz shows. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The winners were selected through a series of studio quizzes and interviews by panels including university representatives. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Complete our quick quiz opposite to assess your risk. The Sun (2015)We had a quiz game and after the third question he was asleep in his pudding! The Sun (2006)And you can shine in tests and quizzes. The Sun (2016)When asked quiz questions they drifted but stayed in lane. The Sun (2016)It also includes a quiz to test knowledge of this disease. The Sun (2012)My favourite quizzes though are about geography. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The day before that police quizzed him as a witness. The Sun (2012)Who goes to the recording of a radio quiz show just so that they may chuckle knowingly? Times, Sunday Times (2007)The show sees celebs team up with comedians in a quiz about news stories from around the globe. The Sun (2012)Those setting pub quizzes also constantly have to be aware that many competitors have the answers at their fingertips via their smartphones. Times, Sunday Times (2011)There's always the pub quiz to look forward to. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The quiz is on general knowledge, some football ones. The Sun (2016)Representatives from channels that carry quiz programmes will be required to justify their money-spinning schemes in public. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Nintendo Brain Training gives grey matter a workout through a series of quizzes and simple mathematical problems. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Take part in fancy dress and face painting, have fun on the bouncy castles and enter drawing competitions and quizzes on the day to win prizes. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'quiz'
British English: quiz /kwɪz/ NOUN
A quiz is a game or competition in which someone tests your knowledge by asking you questions.
We'll have a quiz after we visit the museum.
- American English: quiz
- Arabic: مُسَابَقَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: questionário
- Chinese: 测验
- Croatian: kviz
- Czech: kvíz
- Danish: quiz
- Dutch: quiz
- European Spanish: concurso
- Finnish: tietokilpailu
- French: quiz
- German: Quiz
- Greek: κουίζ
- Italian: quiz
- Japanese: クイズ
- Korean: 퀴즈
- Norwegian: spørrekonkurranse
- Polish: zgadywanka
- European Portuguese: questionário
- Romanian: chestionar
- Russian: викторина
- Spanish: concurso
- Swedish: frågesport
- Thai: การแข่งตอบปัญหา
- Turkish: bilgi yarışması
- Ukrainian: вікторина
- Vietnamese: cuộc thi đố
British English: quiz VERB
If you are quizzed by someone about something, they ask you questions about it.
He was quizzed about his income, debts and eligibility for state benefits.
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