Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Query"

The meaning of "Query" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa "direct" in "Please direct any queries to your line manager."?
A: That means the same, but is more inclusive than just questions. Sounds great! :)
Q: O que significa queries ?
A: it basically means "questions." For instance, you can call a business and say "I have a quick query. Do you have any _____ in stock?"

Note: "query" is more popular in UK English than in American English
Q: O que significa query a bill?
A: When you read the details of the bill you might find out that you disagree with some of the numbers. Then you have the right to ask the people sending you the bill to explain the numbers.
Q: O que significa query?
A: Query means To ask a question about, get information on, or investigate

“There was a formal query into the bus accident.”

Q: O que significa -I've got queries about invoice you sent. -Right, fire away!?
A: "Queries" just means questions.
An "invoice" is a list of things someone has bought.
"Right", in this usage, is short for alright.
"Fire away!" means tell me.

So all of this really means:
- I've got questions about the list of stuff you sent.
- OK, what are your questions?

Example sentences using "Query"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com I query as many inquiries as I can in class. Is it correct?.
A: I ask as many questions as I can.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com queries.
A: Sentence:
Few queries were related to the other guests and Dean withdrew from volunteering as much information as he had in his opening monologue.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com query .
A: thank you so much! It helped me a lot.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com query.
A: Query the database for last month's sales numbers.

Synonyms of "Query" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre query e inquiry e enquiry ?
A: Inquiry is used when someone is investigating, enquiry is used to simply replace “ask” and query is a question or can be used when checking how correct something is
Q: Qual é a diferença entre query e question ?
A: Query is more formal and expects a detailed answer.

Hey, Diego, I have a question. What is the capital of Mexico? ("Mexico DF")

Excuse me sir, I have a query about Mexico. Can you please tell me about its most important cities? ("tell me about" = may include industries, population, history etc.)
Q: Qual é a diferença entre any query e any queries ?
A: Either:
‘Do you have any queries?’
‘Do you have any questions?’
‘Is there anything that I can help you with?’ is fine.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre query e request ?
A: My understanding is a query is a question, a request is when you ask for something. Did that make sense?
Q: Qual é a diferença entre query e question ?
A: Speaking from a technology background, a query is a piece of text you give to a machine designed to look for an answer with it. It isn't a question necessarily; for example, you can use Google with the search query "weather in phoenix, AZ" but grammatically that isn't a question.

Translations of "Query"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? query
A: kinoyali
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? query
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? I have a query: on arrival I must make a connection with an International flight to Chile, and I have an 8 hour of wait, should I take my luggage from the luggage claim or the lugagge is shipped directly to my next flight?
A: I have a question: I have to make a connection with an International flight to Chile, and I have an 8 hour wait, should I take my luggage from the luggage claim or is the luggage transferred directly to my next flight?

Other questions about "Query"

Q: Regarding his query, I have sent you a question on 10 and 16 Nov. to reply to him .
I'm afraid, I don't know how should I respond to him.
Could you give me your advice? Or please reply to him instead of me. soa natural?
A: × Regarding his query, I have sent you a question on 10 and 16 Nov. to reply to him .
✓ Regarding his question, I sent you a question on Nov. 10 and 16 to reply to him .

× I'm afraid, I don't know how should I respond to him.
✓ I'm afraid I don't know how I should respond to him.

Query is not commonly used where I live. People may or may not understand that word.
Q: I appreciate if you answer below my query;
Is the party still on for next Friday?
Regarding above sentence, why does this sentence need “for”? It seems that it is enough for that without “for”.
A: I [would] appreciate [it] if you [could] answer my [query below];
I [will] appreciate [it] if you [can] answer my [question below];
/question is more casual, query is more formal!
The same with [will vs would], [can vs could]

For your question, they both have the same meaning, but just that the addition of "for" makes an emphasis on the subject behind it.

1: Is the party still on for next Friday?
Emphasis/Subject on "Next Friday", feels more like checking about that day.

If you're confused you can flip the sentence,
"Is the party still on for next Friday?" = "For next Friday, is the party still on?"

2: Is the party still on next Friday?
Emphasis/Subject on Party

There is a little nuance!
Q: I still have many queries as so where those creatures are from soa natural?
A: "Queries" 不是很常用、更好说 "questions":
"I still have many questions as to where those creatures/animals are from"
Q: I take queries on my YouTube channels soa natural?
A: If you take queries on more than one YouTube channel, then, yes, it's correct.

If you do it at only one, then use 'channel' and drop the 's'.

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