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Noun
Plural for an account of an event or situation, typically intended for publication or broadcasting
“His report on how actual events contradicted the official narrative was an outstanding piece of journalism.”
Noun
Plural for an official or formal account given of a particular matter
“I am expecting a report by our envoy on the current situation very soon.”
Noun
Plural for a piece of information that is unsupported by firm evidence
“We've been informed of an unsubstantiated report that he may have faked his injury.”
Noun
Plural for a teacher's written assessment of a pupil's work, progress, and conduct
“I am very pleased with your report for this school term.”
Noun
(ballistics) Plural for a sudden loud noise of or like an explosion or gunfire
“The horses are now accustomed to hearing the report of a .22.”
Noun
(archaic) Plural for the reputation of someone or something
“I hereby entrust my homestead to you on account of your good report.”
Verb
To provide an account of something
“People have recently contacted the police department to report that they have seen a lion stalking the city's streets.”
Verb
To present oneself formally as having arrived or as ready to do something
“Dozens of young boys will report for training camp at the end of the summer.”
Verb
To cover an event or subject, typically as a journalist or reporter
“I was sent to report on the impact of the economy on local residents.”
Verb
To file a formal complaint or charge
“I had to report him to the authorities after discovering evidence of illegal activity.”
Verb
To be responsible to and under the authority of
“You will report to Joe, the manager of your department.”
Verb
To make a written note of
“The local paper will report the closing statements from both lawyers.”
Noun
A thing constituting a piece of evidence about the past, especially an account kept in writing or some other permanent form
Noun
Information or news
Noun
Coverage in newspapers and magazines
Noun
Information or familiarity about a subject
Verb
To utter words using speech
Noun
Military or political information
Noun
The minutes of the meetings of a society
Noun
Inclusion
Noun
Facts and statistics collected together for reference or analysis
Noun
The profession of collecting, writing, and publishing news through newspapers and magazines or by radio and television
Noun
Information about current events disseminated via media
Noun
Books and writings published on a particular subject
Noun
Letters sent or received
Noun
Rumour, gossip, or speculation
Noun
Subjects referred to in speech or writing
Verb
Formally sends out or puts into circulation
Verb
To broadcast via media
Verb
To put in an appearance
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