[复数] questions [第三人称单数] questions
[过去式] questioned [过去分词] questioned
out of question 毫无疑问
out of the question 不可能；不知底细；根本谈不上
without/no question 毫无疑问
ask (v. 问，询问)：最普通用词，指提出问题让人回答，多用于口语中。
inquire ([四级，亦作enquire v. [正式]询问，打听)：较正式用词，指为了解真实情况而详细询问。
query (v. 提问，询问)：作此义解时，可与 ask 换用。
question (v. 询问，审问)：指因感到可疑或为了解情况、弄清究竟而正式地发问，尤指就某一罪案进行盘问。
◇ for, you see, as she couldn’t answer either question, it didn’t much matter which way she put it.
◇ And his description roughly clarified my questions about the UK--its currency, its administration, the institution which divides it into four provinces, and the historical conflicts and quarrels when Southern Ireland broke away from the UK.
◇ And it was out of the question to eat delicious Chinese foods though many optional cafeterias served abundant substitutes.
---- Study in America