what for

what for (1)  {interrog.}
For what reason; why?
I told Mary what I was going to town for.
What are you running for? — Often used alone as a question.
Billy's mother told him to wear his hat. "What for?" he asked.
Compare: HOW COME.
Categories: interrogative used in interrogative

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