noun, plural que·ries.
verb (used with object), que·ried, que·ry·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM queryque·ry·ing·ly, adverboutquery, verb (used with object), out·que·ried, out·que·ry·ing.un·que·ried, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for query
In the Missing keywords tab, you’ll find search queries both of your rivals rank for while you don’t.
Search results for these queries tend to stay more or less the same throughout the city.How to check Google search results for different locations|Sponsored Content: SEO PowerSuite|November 17, 2020|Search Engine Land
Tinuiti concludes that the difference in cost per conversion for text ads “is likely due to mix differences in the types of queries still included in query reports” such as brand queries relative to non-brand queries.‘Significant’ drop in Google-reported search terms seen across devices and ad formats [Report]|Ginny Marvin|November 6, 2020|Search Engine Land
Featured snippets provide an answer for a user’s query directly in the search results.
That said, BERT and other neural networks are likely not always needed anyway on very short or navigational queries.
Jake threw a querying stress on the word sisters, but it was against all nature to be offended at him.Neighbours|Robert Stead
I was querying the same; still we must not neglect to state that the speaker was dealing in facts.
Clara, too; she was querying how much she should tell Thurstane; all of a sudden she was dreaming.
Wiping the sweat of labor and anxiety from their brows, they looked about them, at first in silence, querying what next?
He looked at her on a level, spiritually, querying as to who she might be.The Precipice|Elia Wilkinson Peattie