Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of interpellating, or of interrupting or interfering by speech; verbal interruption.
- n. The act of interceding; interposition by entreaty or request; solicitation.
- n. A summons; a citation.
- n. A question put by a member of a legislative assembly to a minister or member of the government: used originally with reference to proceedings in the French legislature.
- n. politics The act of interpellating (questioning); the period in which government officials are questioned about and explain an act, a policy or a point raised during a debate.
- n. philosophy The act of interpellating: the act of identification.
- n. The act of interpelling: interruption.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The act of interpelling or interrupting; interruption.
- n. The act of interposing or interceding; intercession.
- n. An act of interpellating, or of demanding of an officer an explanation of his action; imperative or peremptory questioning; a point raised in a debate.
- n. A official summons or citation.
- n. the action of interjecting or interposing an action or remark that interrupts
- n. (parliament) a parliamentary procedure of demanding that a government official explain some act or policy
- From Latin interpellatio; Compound of interpellate + -tion or interpel + -tion (Wiktionary)
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“And now M. Raynal appears with a project for more effectually establishing the domination of the parliamentary majority by giving it the right to adjourn once a week for six successive weeks, all debates on any 'interpellation' to which the”
“Hsia Li-Yan, Deputy Foreign Minister, said during the interpellation period yesterday, “The only reason is, of course, Mainland China.””
“Premier Liu Chao-shiuan said during a interpellation session in parliament that he would not rule out going to war with Japan, if Taipei and Tokyo fail to resolve the dispute over the Diaoyutai islands through diplomatic actions.”
“Thus, those who study it, including scholars and historians, can only open history with interpretation and interpellation.”
“Later in an interpellation session with Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Legislator Lee Chun-yee (李俊毅), the premier elaborated on his remark, saying that war would be the last choice if all peaceful means were in vain.”
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“The decision was later confirmed by Premier Su Tseng-chang 蘇貞昌 during a legislative interpellation session.”
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