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I want to ask my supervisor for a meeting. I want to say meeting is about my questions about the approach. Can I use discuss for asking questions?

I would be grateful for a meeting, at your convenience, to discuss my questions.

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I think he would prefer to be forewarned as to the actual subject matter.

How about…

"I would be grateful for a meeting, at your convenience, to discuss the following issues…"

or "...to discuss questions raised by [this known issue]"
or "…to discuss questions I have regarding our approach to…"

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Yes that's fine. "Discuss" is the best word to use here...

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