Inquiry

Inquiry,

Definition of Inquiry:

  1. Preliminary response from prospective customers, generally following an advertisement or sales promotion campaign. Number of inquiries (and their conversion into sales revenue) is a measure of the effectiveness of a firms marketing efforts. Also spelled as enquiry.

  2. An act of asking for information.

Synonyms of Inquiry

Question, Query, Amassing evidence, Assize, Audit, Bone of contention, Canvass, Catechism, Catechizing, Change of venue, Check, Close inquiry, Consumer research, Consumer-preference survey, Court-martial, Cross-examination, Cross-interrogatory, Cross-question, Debating point, Delving, Demand, Department of investigation, Detection, Detective work, Enquiry, Examination, Exhaustive study, Exploration, Feeler, Hearing, Indagation, Inquest, Inquirendo, Inquisition, Inspection, Interrogation, Interrogative, Interrogatory, Investigation, Investigative bureau, Issue, Jury trial, Leader, Leading question, Legislative investigation, Legwork, Mistrial, Moot point, Opinion poll, Perscrutation, Point at issue, Point in question, Poll, Probe, Probing, Problem, Public-opinion poll, Query, Querying, Quest, Question, Question at issue, Question mark, Questionary, Questioning, Questionnaire, Quodlibet, Research, Scrutiny, Search, Sifting, Sleuthing, Study, Survey, Topic, Trial, Trial balloon, Trial by jury, Vexed question, Witch-hunt

How to use Inquiry in a sentence?

  1. A reporter from New York makes inquiries.
  2. I tried to make an inquiry of how much money was in my account at the bank, but they were closed for the day.
  3. The girls inquiry about the apartment ended up helping her decide to live somewhere else because someone had died in the last one she looked at.
  4. The company just created a new commercial to advertise their hydrating hair shampoo, which led to Susies inquiry about the product.

Meaning of Inquiry & Inquiry Definition

Inquiry,

Inquiry: What is the Meaning of Inquiry?

  1. The process of getting both financial and non-financial information from enterprise conscious people. It is widely used during exams and often outperforms other procedures. Consideration can range from regular written questions to informally asked questions.

Meanings of Inquiry

  1. The process of requesting information.

Sentences of Inquiry

  1. Asked a New York reporter

Synonyms of Inquiry

questioning , study , inquest , inspection , research , cross-examination , delving , audit , investigation , interrogatory , Q and A , third degree , quizzing , catechizing , probe , hearing , examination , check , grilling , survey , fishing expedition , interrogation , inquisition , exploration , query , poll , request , legwork , scrutiny

Inquiry,

Definition of Inquiry:

  1. A process that involves the acquisition of information, financially and non-financially, from a competent organization to the entire organization. It is widely used during examinations and often meets the performance of other procedures. Questions can range from formal written questions to informal questions.

Sentences of Inquiry

  1. Police are investigating all the surrounding bars.

Synonyms of Inquiry

scrutinization