How to Pronounce interrogatory?

Correct pronunciation for the word "interrogatory" is [ɪntɪɹˈɒɡətəɹˌi], [ɪntɪɹˈɒɡətəɹˌi], [ɪ_n_t_ɪ_ɹ_ˈɒ_ɡ_ə_t_ə_ɹ_ˌi].

"Interrogatory" in context

'interrogatory' is a term used to describe the process of asking questions for the purpose of obtaining pertinent information. It is often used in the context of criminal or civil court proceedings, during which an attorney will use interrogatories to gather facts and other evidence in order to present a case. The opposing counsel may also be asked to answer these questions in order to shed light on a criminal case or civil matter.

Interrogatories are usually in the form of written questions and must be answered under oath. It is important that the answers are truthful in order to avoid any legal issues.


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