Out of Question

Meaning and usage of the word/phrase 'Out of Question'.

Meaning: Completely impossible or unacceptable.

Usage: It’s out of question to go there today.

Sample Dialogue

A: As a good boy, you should admit your fault and say sorry to him.

B: It’s out of question sir; he called me bad names in front of the whole class.

A: What? Did he abuse you, but I was told that you have insulted him.

B: Sir, I swear I’ve not, I was just passing by when he passed sarcastic remarks.

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