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a report: an account describing findings, a bulletin
The weather report predicts blue skies for today.
Could you have that report finished by Wednesday?
Did you read the report on last week's meeting?
I saw a news report on successful young companies.

to report: to inform, to give an account or representation; to inform the authorities
Susie reports directly to Bruno once a week.
You must report the car accident to the insurance company.

a reporter: a journalist
Pronunciation examples
UK: I reported him to the police for indecent exposure.
US: Have you read the report I sent you?


  • "Reporter : Would you consider being studied by professionals?"
  • "Reporter : Are you a baby that's still a baby who can talk, or are you somehow a baby that's like an adult but can talk?"
  • "After watching news reports last week on the outbreak of "fish flu" in Asia, 8-year-old boy Thomas MacKenzie made a bold decision."
  • "Celebrity - Reporting news about celebrities, because they are better than you!"
  • "Report to me, there's some questions you'll have to answer."
  • "You've only been alive for a matter of months, but I've already had reports of public indecency, aggressive lullaby singing, diaper throwing, tummy aches, temper tantrums, loud crying and some very serious accusations of milk abuse."
  • "Reporter : Can I touch you?"
  • "The mail will be collected this evening, not to mention I have this report to finish!"
  • "You are really helping Spencer by taking the report to your desk."
  • "Moira : Thanks for that "report" boys."

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