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be out of question
obs. 毫无疑问; 不成问题
authority, reliability, etc. out of question
econ. 权威性、可靠性等毫无疑问
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out of question
obs. unquestionably, without question, certainly (Alas, Malvolio, this is not my writing, / Though, I confess, much like the character / But out of question, ’tis Maria's hand. (c. 1599, William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night, Act V, Scene 1) • And out of question the cherfull help that may be in mariage toward sanctity of life, is the purest and so the noblest end of that contract […] (1643, John Milton, The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce) • […] the lustre of his hero’s fame, and the real power, which, out of question, he reserved to himself, would make us forget or overlook Cyaxares. (1772, Richard Hurd, letter addressed to Edward Gibbon ) Usage notes: Not to be confused with "out of the question" wiktionary.org); unquestionable, beyond question, certain (Of King Vaphres and Necho it is out of question, that neither of them was the great King Sesostris. (1617, Walter Raleigh, The History of the World) • So when [Jesus] came walking upon the Sea to his Disciples, and they were so frighted that they cried out, believing that they had seen a Spirit; it must be out of Question that there were such things, and that they, the Disciples, had heard of them […] (1727, Daniel Defoe, An Essay on the History and Reality of Apparitions) Usage notes: Not to be confused with "out of the question" wiktionary.org)
out of question: 11 phrases in 2 subjects