Expressions: call into question, out of the question, a question of, no question of, question mark
What is the meaning of these expressions with QUESTION?
call into question
raise doubts about something
- – When the politician bought a luxury house his honesty was called into question.
Out of the question
- – Their victory seems out of the question, their 5 best players are injured.
A question of
- – If it’s only a question of one hour, I can look after your children.
- – I can pay for the repair, if it’s a question of money.
Question mark (fig)
- – There’s a question mark hanging over the future of the company. Their sales have decreased 45%
no question of
no possibility of
- – If my flight doesn’t arrive before 8.00am there’s no question of me being in the meeting at 8.15
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