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to interview, to hold an interview, to conduct an interview: to examine, to interrogate, to ask someone questions to see if a person is suitable for a job
to have an interview to be asked questions by potential employers to see if you are suitable for a job

an interview: a meeting in which a person is asked questions about themselves to see if they are suitable for a job


  • "And this afternoon, the interviews to hire Horatio's replacement are starting."
  • "I am delighted to say that after nine long rounds of interviews, we have finally arrived at the very, very, very, VERY shortlist."
  • "Bruno : Miss Bliss, welcome to your final interview."
  • "I think our interview went very well, and I think you should know that you are short-listed for this position."
  • "Susie : Yes actually - I'm conducting a few final interviews with marketing candidates."
  • "Are you available next week for a follow-up interview?"
  • "Susie : Do you remember when you interviewed me?"
  • "I'd like you to schedule some interviews immediately."
  • "It was the fastest interview of my life."
  • "So, after three rounds of interviews, I've determined that you're one of the strongest candidates."

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