The interrogation of a criminal.
When the police ask someone a series of tough questions to determine if he robbed a store, this is an example of an interrogation.
- an interrogating or being interrogated; examination
- a question
- Now Rare interrogation mark
Origin of interrogationMiddle English interrogacion ; from Middle French interrogation ; from Classical Latin interrogatio
- Preposition under is generally used for the person or matter that is being investigated; Johnny is under interrogation about the last night's events.
From Old French interrogacion, from Latin interrogatio
interrogation - Legal Definition