inquest 审讯 question 问题
- inquest: see enquire
- inquest (n.)
- late 13c., an-queste "legal or judicial inquiry," from Old French enqueste "inquiry," from Vulgar Latin *inquaestia (source also of Italian inchiesta), from fem. past participle of Vulgar Latin *inquirere "inquire" (see inquire).
- 1. The inquest will bring in a verdict of suicide.
- 2. The inquest into their deaths opened yesterday in Enniskillen.
- 3. An inquest was held to discover the cause of death.
- 4. There had to be an inquest on his sudden death.
- 5. His plea came last night as party chiefs held an inquest into the election disaster.
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