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something that someone asks you when they want information
a question intended to get information about someone or something
a question that you ask because you want information or because you are not certain about something
a question asked in such a way that it tricks or forces someone to give you the answer that you want
a set of questions that you ask a large number of people or organizations
an occasion when a lot of people are asked what they feel about something, usually by a company paid by a political party, television programme etc
a set of questions that a lot of people are asked as a way of getting information about what people think or do generally
the process of asking someone a lot of questions in an angry or threatening way, in order to get information
a question that you ask without expecting or wanting an answer
a question that is the most important and most difficult to answer concerning a particular problem or situation
a small electronic device which is taken into shops and links individual customers to advertisements …
the person who you are married to or are having a romantic relationship with. This word is polite...
the act or practice of telling the future using random items such as playing cards
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