interrogation

noun
ADJECTIVE
police
further
coercive (esp. AmE)

They have been subject to coercive interrogations without access to lawyers.

lengthy

She had to undergo a lengthy interrogation.

VERB + INTERROGATION
conduct

The interrogation was conducted by senior police officers.

undergo

He had been captured and was undergoing interrogation.

INTERROGATION + NOUN
cell, room
methods, procedures, tactics, techniques
PREPOSITION
during interrogation

She revealed the name of her accomplice during interrogation.

under interrogation

Under interrogation, he refused to say anything at first.


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