inquire about (someone or something)

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inquire about (someone or something)

To ask or try to learn more about someone or something. Mother, if Gerald inquires about you, what should I tell him? I'm inquiring about that bill right now.
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inquire about someone or something

to ask about someone or something. I inquired about Tom and was told that he doesn't live here anymore. You will have to inquire about that at the front desk.
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inquire about

v.
To seek information about something or someone: I went to the store and inquired about available jobs.
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Customs officials have arrested a man for inquiring about two packages supposedly containing electric water heaters but were found to have concealed handguns as well.
The Interior Minister said that the purpose of his visit besides inquiring about the health of the religious leaders was to persuade him to abandon his hunger strike and guide us on various other remaining issues.
Shah thanked prime minister for inquiring about his wife's health and also said that opposition would keep working for the strengthening of institutions.
Participants, ranging in age from 29 to 63, completed a survey inquiring about psychological symptoms that characterize common mental disorders.
Altaf Hussain for inquiring about the health of the President.
While talking to media after inquiring about the health of Hamid Saeed Kazmi, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani said that government is not afraid from terrorists and it will not take sigh of relief until complete elimination of terrorists.