Definitions of interpellate
to interrupt someone formally to question them, usually during a legal argument in court, or in a parlimentary procedure
Tiangco was among the first to interpellate during the budget deliberations on Monday.
to question someone formally. especially someone in authority
The Senate wants to interpellate the PM before the Chamber.
Phrase Bank for interpellate
He said this would be based on his assumption that no interpellations would be made or only a few would interpellate.
But two senators have expressed their intention to interpellate: Sen. Cynthia Villar and Sen. Ralph Recto.
Committee report 622, which contains Senate Bill 2198, was signed by 11 senators -some of whom expressed readiness to interpellate.
The first to interpellate was the Honorable Lito Atienza, and I was very pleased to listen to his passionate speech.
Members who voted against it on Tuesday said they had not been given a chance to interpellate or ask questions.
Other lawmakers expressed interest to interpellate on the matter, but the House agreed to put it on hold until tomorrow.
Additional Notes for interpellate
interpellation (noun) The group pointed out that the “period of interpellation and debate on the bill was cut short in February to give way for its hasty approval.