Invalidate vs Question - What's the difference?
As verbs the difference between invalidate and question
is that invalidate
is to make invalid especially applied to contract law while question
is to ask questions of; interrogate; enquire; ask for information.
As a noun question is
a sentence, phrase or word which asks for information, reply or response; an interrogative.
To make invalid. Especially applied to contract law.
- The circuit court judge's ruling was invalidated by a superior judge.
A sentence, phrase or word which asks for information, reply or response; an interrogative.
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A subject or topic for consideration or investigation.
A doubt or challenge about the truth or accuracy of a matter.
- The story is true beyond question .
* Bible, John iii. 25
- He obeyed without question .
* Francis Bacon
- There arose a question between some of John's disciples and the Jews about purifying.
A proposal to a meeting as a topic for deliberation.
- It is to be to question , whether it be lawful for Christian princes to make an invasive war simply for the propagation of the faith.
interrogation by torture
(obsolete) Talk; conversation; speech.
- The Scottish privy council had power to put state prisoners to the question .
- Made she no verbal question ? Shakespeare King Lear ca. 1606
* inquiry, enquiry, query, subject, topic, problem, issue, consideration, interrogation, doubt, motion, proposition, proposal
* a question of
* begging the question
* beyond question
* bonus question
* call into question
* chicken-or-egg question
* closed-ended question
* essay question
* federal question
* in question
* indirect question
* frequently asked questions/FAQ
* leading question
* loaded question
* multiple-choice question
* no questions asked
* open question
* open-ended question
* out of the question
* pop the question
* previous question
* question mark
* question sheet
* question time
* reverse question
* rhetorical question
* scaled question
* tag question
* toss-up question
* West Lothian question
* yes-no question
To ask questions of; interrogate; enquire; ask for information.
* Francis Bacon
To raise doubts about; have doubts about.
(obsolete) To argue; to converse; to dispute.
- He that questioneth much shall learn much.
- I pray you, think you question with the Jew.