Idiom: call into question
Idiom: call into question (call something into question)
- to make something uncertain
- to cause something to be viewed with doubt
- These recent test scores call into question whether you can handle working part-time and still get good grades.
- The new accountant called our procedures for documenting travel expenses into question because they don't follow standard protocols.
- The rainy weather has called Friday's picnic into question.
- New studies have called the safety of the drug into question.
- Witness testimony has called into question whether the plaintiff's accusations are true.
- The extremely poor third quarter earnings have called the companies future into question.
- Your recent grades call into question whether you can work part-time and still maintain your grades at school.
- Your lack of preparation for the test calls into question how serious you are about going to college next fall.
- bring / throw into question
- shake someone's belief / confidence / faith in something
- cast doubt on / about / over something
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