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asking



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ask /ɑːsk/ vb
  1. (often followed by about) to put a question (to); request an answer (from): she asked (him) about God
  2. (transitive) to inquire about: she asked him the time of the train, she asked the way
  3. (transitive) to direct or put (a question)
  4. (may take a clause as object or an infinitive) often followed by for: to make a request or demand: she asked (him) for information, they asked for a deposit
  5. (transitive) to demand or expect (esp in the phrases ask a lot of, ask too much of)
  6. Also: ask out, ask over (transitive) to request (a person) politely to come or go to a place; invite: he asked her to the party
n
  1. a big ask, a tough askBrit Austral NZ informal a task which is difficult to fulfil
Etymology: Old English āscian; related to Old Frisian āskia, Old Saxon ēscon, Old High German eiscōn

ˈasker n



Ask /ɑːsk/ n
  1. the first man, created by the gods from an ash tree



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