cross-question cross-question


  • (n) a question asked in cross-examination


  1. He invited the committee to cross-question him, but when he finished, he got the silent treatment.
  2. He, and other medical reporters, also benefited from advance briefings in lay language by key scheduled speakers, and had a chance to cross-question them.
  3. But Congressmen do not often get a chance to cross-question the Secretary of the Treasury and when they do they make the most of it.
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repudiate repudiate
/ri ˈpju di ˌeɪt /