Interview verb - To go around and approach (people) with a request for opinions or information.
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Synonyms for Interview
Report and interview are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Report" instead a verb "Interview".
Report verb - To give an oral or written account of in some detail.
Interview and report are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Interview" instead a verb "Report".
How words are described
|live||live interview||live report|
|old||old interview||old report|
|full||full interview||full report|
|special||special interview||special report|
|Other adjectives: long, brief, short, fake, initial, actual, entire, real, infamous, famous, new, mock, final, later, official, last, latest, recent, earlier, aforementioned, televised.|
Both words in one sentence
- Newscaster Cameo: Various BBC (and occasionally ITV) newscasters appear to interview or report on the Client of the Week.
Source: Radio / Absolute Power
- The report was based on a misreading of an interview in which Figgis said he had almost spoken the phrase to a U.S.
Source: Beam Me Up Scotty / Real Life
- The Colbert Report: Stephen Colbert very explicitly stated that he would not tolerate remixes of a recent interview, announcing such intolerance mid-interview.
Source: Stupid Statement Dance Mix
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