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The answer ASKS has 1006 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of asks in various dictionaries:
verb - inquire about
verb - make a request or demand for something to somebody
verb - direct or put
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Tries to take (out)|
|Responds à la 'Jeopardy!'|
|Does something appealing?|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|say something in order to obtain an answer or some information.|
|say to (someone) that one wants them to do or give something.|
|invite (someone) to one's home or a function.|
|Say something in order to obtain an answer or some information.|
|Say to (someone) that one wants them to do or give something.|
|Invite (someone) to one's home or a function.|
|A demand or situation that requires a specified degree of effort or commitment.|
|A request, especially for a donation.|
|Asks might refer to|
A question is a linguistic expression used to make a request for information, or the request made using such an expression. The information requested is provided in the form of an answer.|
* Questions have developed a range of uses that go beyond the simple eliciting of information from another party. Rhetorical questions, for example, are used to make a point, and are not expected to be answered. Many languages have special grammatical forms for questions (for example, in the English sentence "Are you happy?", the inversion of the subject you and the verb are shows it to be a question rather than a statement). However, questions can also be asked without using these interrogative grammatical structures for example one may use an imperative, as in "Tell me your name".