questionnaire

[ kwes-chuh-nair ]
/ ˌkwɛs tʃəˈnɛər /

noun

a list of questions, usually printed, submitted for replies that can be analyzed for usable information: a questionnaire used in market research.

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Origin of questionnaire

1895–1900; <French, equivalent to question(er) to question + -aire;see -ary
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British Dictionary definitions for questionnaire

questionnaire
/ (ˌkwɛstʃəˈnɛə, ˌkɛs-) /

noun

a set of questions on a form, submitted to a number of people in order to collect statistical information

Word Origin for questionnaire

C20: from French, from questionner to ask questions
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