- v. 质问；讯问；审问
transmit (a signal) for setting off an appropriate response, as in telecommunication
pose a series of questions to;
"The suspect was questioned by the police"
"We questioned the survivor about the details of the explosion"
- I decide to interrogate the abductors.
- The judges may interrogate the defendant.
- Now we shall interrogate you according to law.
- Mason decides to interrogate Penticoff himself.
- To interrogate this hardened criminal, you have to squeeze every word out of him.
- disk file interrogate 磁盘文件询问...
I sat between the two ladies and was amiably interrogated by both.出自： H. Spurling
The French police interrogated him extensively and released him for lack of evidence.出自： E. Feinstein