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ascertain to learn without question; determine.
ask to put a question to. [1/5 definitions]
calculation the process of getting an answer to a number question by adding, subtracting, multiplying, or dividing. The answer that is reached at the end of this process can also be called a calculation.
certainly without doubt or question. [1/2 definitions]
challenge a calling into question; request for an explanation or proof. [2/6 definitions]
crush to put down or defeat without question. [1/5 definitions]
custom (plural but used with a singular verb) the process in which official people inspect goods and question travelers about what things they are bringing into a country, or the place where this is done. [1/4 definitions]
deliberate to think about an issue or question in a careful and thorough way, sometimes by discussing them with others. [1/3 definitions]
determine to decide or settle finally and without question. [1/3 definitions]
dispute to question the value or truth of. [1/4 definitions]
do1 used to introduce a question or make a negative statement with "not." [1/12 definitions]
figure out to find an answer to a problem or puzzling question by using the power of the mind.
flat1 absolutely; without question. [1/11 definitions]
for certain without question; definitely.
hook, line, and sinker (informal) without any question or hesitation; completely.
indeed without any question or doubt; truly. [1/2 definitions]
inquire to ask a question in order to receive information (usually followed by "about" or "of").
inquiry a question or request for information. [1/2 definitions]
interrogate to question at length and in a thorough way, often for an official purpose.
interrogative having to do with, forming, or being a question. "Why don't you take a walk?" is an example of an interrogative sentence. [2 definitions]
interrogative sentence a sentence that asks a question. "Have you read this book?" is an example of an interrogative sentence.