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throw a question/remark etc (at somebody)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthrow a question/remark etc (at somebody)throw a question/remark etc (at somebody)ASK A QUESTIONto say something to someone or ask them something roughly They threw a few awkward questions at me. ‘You’re early!’ she threw at him accusingly. throw
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throw a question/remark etc (at somebody)One day, as she was scolding me, I suddenly threw a question at her.Sally arranged herself on his other side and they walked him away, throwing questions at him.These disparities throw a question mark over the accuracy of social costs data.
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