- ask questions of (someone) closely, aggressively, or formally；obtain data from (a computer file, database, storage device, or terminal)
verb: interrogate, 3rd person present: interrogates, gerund or present participle: interrogating, past tense: interrogated, past participle: interrogated
- 1. ask questions of (someone) closely, aggressively, or formally he was interrogated by MI6
- 2. obtain data from (a computer file, database, storage device, or terminal) an interactive system enables users to interrogate the database
- ▪ (of an electronic device) transmit a signal to (another device, especially one on a vehicle) to obtain information about identity, condition, etc. a ground-based transmitter sends a signal to interrogate an instrument on the aircraft
- ask questions of (someone, especially a suspect or a prisoner) closely, aggressively, or formally.
Oxford American Dictionary
If the p1810 is interrogated with the command MAP(,??) it will provide a complete list of how it configured...
...抓過來，對這兩個小偷徵訓 the police caught this two thieves and interrogated them 而兩個人都承認犯案 and they admitted the crime 一個看過lie...
...捉到了這個犯人,並且嚴格審問他 The police arrested this criminal and interrogated him. 3. 因為他沒有不在場證明,於是招供所有一切犯罪經過,警察宣告破案...