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Asked – Meaning in Bengali | Synonyms | English to Bengali Dictionary

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Asked Bengali meaning, Synonyms of Asked, Sentence example of Asked
Asked
/adjective/

উচ্চারণঃ
অর্থঃ অনুরূদ্ধ;

Synonyms of Asked

catechize, grill, inquire (of), interrogate, query, question, quiz

Use of Asked in a Sentence

  • She asked him about his trip.
  • asking her opinion
  • ask a question
  • She asked her teacher for help.
  • She asked help from her teacher.
  • a challenge that will ask much of us
  • asked $3000 for the car
  • She asked a few friends to the party.
  • ask for her address
  • asked for food
  • ask for directions
  • questioned them about every detail of the trip
  • the prosecutor interrogated the witness all day
  • queried a librarian about the book
  • began to inquire of friends and teachers what career she should pursue
  • ask a favor of a friend
  • requests the pleasure of your company
  • a letter soliciting information
  • I need to ask a question.
  • Did you ask her yet?
  • “Have you seen the movie yet?” he asked.
  • a list of frequently asked questions
  • “If you don’t mind me asking, how old are you?” “I’m 35 years old. Why do you ask?”
  • “Do they have any soda?” “I don’t know. I’ll go ask.”
  • I would have given it to him, but he never asked.
  • We had to stop and ask directions.
  • May I ask the time?
  • Did you ask permission to leave?
  • asked about our trip
  • ask for help
  • ask your teacher to help you
  • asked $20 for the bicycle
  • asked friends to a party
  • asking for trouble

First use of Asked

The first known use of ask was before the 12th century

Nearby Words


 এই রকম আরও তথ্য পেতে আমাদের ফেসবুক পেজে লাইক দিয়ে যুক্ত থাকুন। এর পাশাপাশি গুগল নিউজে আমাদের ফলো করুন। 

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