Interpellate

• (v. t.) To question imperatively, as a minister, or other executive officer, in explanation of his conduct; -- generally on the part of a legislative body.
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interpellate

verb question formally about policy or government business
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Interpellate

In`ter·pel'late transitive verb [ See Interpel .] To question imperatively, as a minister, or other executive officer, in explanation of his conduct; -- generally on the part of a legislative body.
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interpellate

[v] - question formally about policy or government business
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