What does posed me mean?
transitive verb. 1a : to set forth or offer for attention or consideration let me pose a question. b : to come to attention as : present smoking poses a health risk. 2a : to put or set in place. b : to place (someone, such as a model) in a studied attitude.
How do you pose a question in a sentence?
→ poseExamples from the Corpuspose a question• He survived the surgery, and I cautiously began to pose questions. Yet these two enemies are also enemies of each other, which poses a question. That poses a question about their very nature.
What word means to pose questions?
Synonyms:consult, turn to, sound out, look to, ask around, have, shall.
How do you spell posed like posed for a picture?
verb (used with object), posed, pos·ing. to place in a suitable position or attitude for a picture, tableau, or the like: to pose a group for a photograph.
What is a posing question?
To pose a question is to raise a question, to bring attention to a problem. It does not have to be directed to a specific person and cannot always be answered immediately. To ask a question is to inquire about something, often expecting a prompt answer from the person you just asked.
Who posed the question the three questions?
Explanation: The king went up to the hermit and said, “I have come to you, wise hermit, to ask you to answer three questions: How can I learn to do the right thing at the right time? Who are the people I need most? And what affairs are the most important?” The hermit listened to the king, but did not speak.
What is propound?
transitive verb. : to offer for discussion or consideration.
What means Posey?
1 : a brief sentiment, motto, or legend. 2a : bouquet, nosegay. b : flower.
Which is better t pose or a pose?
A-Pose is half way between the extremes that the arms need to deform. T-Pose is closer to the upper extreme but the arms are rarely in the upper extremes and spend most of their time in the lower. T-Pose smashes the shoulders making them hard to define and the textures stretch pretty hard when the arms come down.
What does it mean to pose a question?
pose a question To raise, present, or imply a question of some kind. Modifiers are often used between “pose” and “question” to indicate or specify the type or nature of the questions being raised, presented, or implied. to ask a question; to imply the need for asking a question. Genetic research poses many ethical questions.
When to use a modifier between pose and question?
Modifiers are often used between “pose” and “question” to indicate or specify the type or nature of the questions being raised, presented, or implied. I’d like to pose a question for you: What do we do when this water supply runs out?
What’s the meaning of the idiom’pose’?
To raise, present, or imply a question of some kind. Modifiers are often used between “pose” and “question” to indicate or specify the type or nature of the questions being raised, presented, or implied. I’d like to pose a question for you: What do we do when this water supply runs out? The poses several serious questions about the legality…
What does posed mean in the Cambridge English Dictionary?
Learn the words you need to communicate with confidence. Nuclear weapons pose a threat to everyone. The mountain terrain poses particular problems for civil engineers. Drunken drivers pose a serious threat to other road users. The students were deported because they posed a threat to national security.