“Come again?” Crossword Clue Answer

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Question: “Come again?”

Solution: WHAT

WHAT Definition 1:
used to ask for information about someone or something .
Examples:
What is your name?
What are those things on the table?
What‘s your family like?
What happened?
What [=how much] does it cost?
What did she say?” “She said yes.”
What do you think of my idea?
What do you want to do tonight?
“Dad!” “What (do you want)?” “You have a phone call.”
What (on earth) are you doing?!
I finished dusting. Now what (should I do)?
What (should I do) next?What else did he say?
You have money, fame, and a beautiful family. What more could you want?
WHAT Definition 2:
used to describe a question .
Examples:
Please ask them what they want for dinner.
They asked her what she knew about him.
I wonder what his motives were.
WHAT Definition 3:
used to ask someone to say something again because you have not clearly heard or understood it often used to show surprise about the thing that someone has just said .
Examples:
What did you say? = (informal) What?
“And then I said that he could go to hell.” “You said what?!”
She did what?!
What? I don’t believe it. You must be joking!
WHAT Definition 4:
used to express surprise, excitement, etc. .
Examples:
What, no breakfast?
“Have you heard? They won!” “What!? That’s great!”
WHAT Definition 5:
used to ask what someone’s last name is .
Examples:
“Her name’s Kathy.” “Kathy what?”
WHAT Definition 6:
That which :the one or ones that .
Examples:
He has no income but what he gets from his writing. [=he has no income except for the income he gets from his writing]
“Do you have any other sizes?” “No, only what you see here.”
WHAT Definition 7:
The kind that :the same as .
Examples:
The speech was very much what everyone expected.
My memory isn’t what it used to be. [=it is not as good as it used to be]
WHAT Definition 8:
Something that .
Examples:
The dog is chewing on what appears to be a sock.
It was the beginning of what turned out to be a long and successful career.
WHAT Definition 9:
The thing or things that often followed by to + verb Guess what is often used to tell someone that you have surprising news. .
Examples:
What you need is a vacation. [=you need a vacation]
What made me angry was how he treated you. [=it was the way he treated you that made me angry]
What matters most is your safety. = Your safety is what matters most.
Romance novels are what she enjoys reading.
Do what you’re told.
Tell me what you’re looking for.
She is looking for something but I don’t know what.
He knows what he should do.
Stop telling me what to do.
I don’t know what to think/say/believe.
She has (got) what it takes [=she has the skills and personality] to do the job.
I’ll do what it takes to win.
You’ll never guess what happened to me today. [=you’ll be surprised by what happened to me today]
Guess what happened to me today!
Guess what!” “What?” “I bought a new car.”
WHAT Definition 10:
Anything or everything that :whatever .
Examples:
Say what you will, my opinion won’t change. [=nothing you can say will change my opinion]
Take what you need. [=take anything that you need]
WHAT Definition 11:
used to direct attention to something that you are about to say .
Examples:
I’ll tell you what I’m going to do: I’m going to let you have it for 30 percent off.
I’ll tell you what. If he thinks I’m cleaning up this mess, he’s wrong.
Tell you what—let’s eat out tonight.
“It’s not worth the money.” “You know what—you’re right.”

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