cross-questioning


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cross-ques·tion

(krôs′kwĕs′chən, krŏs′-)
tr.v. cross-ques·tioned, cross-ques·tion·ing, cross-ques·tions
To question closely; cross-examine.
n.
A question asked during cross-examination.
Translations

cross-questioning

[ˈkrɒsˈkwestʃənɪŋ] N (Jur) → repreguntas fpl (fig) → interrogación f
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persisted the old gentleman, with nagging determination, as if he were cross-questioning a criminal in a court of justice.
After several hours of questioning and cross-questioning the ape-man learned that another party had preceded the Russian by several days--three whites--a man, a woman, and a little man-child, with several Mosulas.
At the outset, on his leaving Paris, his curiosity had not been intense; passive entertainment, in the Champs Elysees and at the theatres, seemed about as much as he need expect of himself, and although, as he had said to Tristram, he wanted to see the mysterious, satisfying BEST, he had not the Grand Tour in the least on his conscience, and was not given to cross-questioning the amusement of the hour.
She appeared to be cross-questioning me, attempting to draw from me information unawares.
During the seven-hour proceeding of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB)'s supplementary reference on Avenfield Apartments against the Sharif family, Mr Radley said that he was taking help from the notes he had prepared for today's statement and cross-questioning.
He was speaking to the media after attending the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) court hearing on Friday where the statement of forensic expert Robert Radley and cross-questioning by Sharif's counsel Khwaja Haris concluded.
Khawaja Haris and Amjad Pervez conducted cross-questioning on the witness.
Further cross-questioning resulted in the accused confessing to the judge that he is mentally fit and has no psychological issues.
Earlier on July 22, amidst an ongoing tense round of cross-questioning between Jaitley and Jethmalani, the former was perturbed after being referred to as a 'crook' by the 93-year-old veteran lawyer, in his defamation case against Kejriwal.
The information secretary of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf professed at the occasion that the Qatari prince is not ready for cross-questioning as he has no answers to the questions in that case.
There were many occasions when he alone withstood the cross-questioning of TV anchorpersons without being ruffled.
On only one occasion during a very long cross-questioning by the both parties, chairman NADRA was told by the honorable judge to make an eye contact with him while replying to the question, he added.