inquire into


Also found in: Legal, Idioms.
Related to inquire into: fall short, come in handy, at a loss, take account of
Translations

w>inquire into

vi +prep objuntersuchen
References in classic literature ?
Also in one place more where he went, the woman had the courage, however strange it was, to say No; and he could try nowhere but he was reproached with his pride, and that he pretended not to give the women leave to inquire into his character, and the like.
1256a] As a slave is a particular species of property, let us by all means inquire into the nature of property in general, and the acquisition of money, according to the manner we have proposed.
The Medical Council can now inquire into the allegations against consultant surgeon Michael Shine.