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Similar words: interrogativeinterrogateinterruptioninternationalinterpretationinternalizationsurrogatederogativeMeaning: [ɪn‚terə'geɪʃn]  n. 1. a sentence of inquiry that asks for a reply 2. a transmission that will trigger an answering transmission from a transponder 3. formal systematic questioning 4. an instance of questioning. 
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1. The interrogation was conducted by senior police officers.
2. Under interrogation, he refused to say anything at first.
3. The prisoner gave way under interrogation.
4. One by one they were taken for interrogation.
5. The committee has no power of interrogation.
6. He persisted with his interrogation.
7. She revealed the name of her accomplice during interrogation.
8. He cracked under interrogation and confessed.
9. He confessed after four days under interrogation.
10. It was a classic of interrogation: first the bully, then the kind one who offers sympathy.
11. The desire to persist in interrogation is a valid reason for keeping a suspect in custody for thirty-six hours and indeed beyond.
12. He knew their conversation had become interrogation and he would need all his wits about him.
13. When she was taken for further interrogation the following day, it was with mixed feelings of anticipation and dread.
14. Under the gloomy strip lighting of a police interrogation cell he might be stripped of his self-possession, and confess.
15. They had to go through a long interrogation, and their answers were not found to be satisfactory.
16. Even after three days of interrogation, Maskell refused to talk.
17. She answered the questions in her interrogation with perfect candour,( but her answers had the effect of crystallising her basic thinking.
18. He had asked the questions at every interrogation but always from behind the sanctuary of a powerful table lamp.
19. His interrogation took place over several days, during which, he says, he was beaten repeatedly.
20. They branded her a coward for informing on her colleagues during the interrogation.
21. Police say she was cool and collected during her interrogation.
22. The police kept up a running fire of questions during their interrogation of the suspect.
23. Psycho-shock, I told myself, a way to soften you up for interrogation.
24. His characteristic attitude is one of close scrutiny and interrogation; he puts his documents on the rack, as it were.
25. Will the Government now reconsider their decision not to introduce video recording of interrogation procedures?
26. His black telephone sat captive in a pool of light, ready for interrogation.
27. When at last he spoke,( ) the words were spat out in sharp interrogation.
28. That thought had occurred to me before I was hauled off to Southwold police station for the interrogation.
29. There had been breaches of the Code by insufficient breaks in the interrogation and insufficient meals provided.
30. A few days later he received a summons to interrogation by one of these officers, which he refused to attend.
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