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report

noun /rəˈpoːt/
a statement or description of what has been said, seen, done etc
informe
a child’s school report a police report on the accident.
rumour; general talk
rumor
According to report, the manager is going to resign.
a loud noise, especially of a gun being fired.
detonación, estampido
reporter noun a person who writes articles and reports for a newspaper
reportero
a newspaper reporter Reporters and photographers rushed to the scene of the fire.
reported speech noun (linguistics) indirect speech.
discurso indirecto
report back phrasal verb to come again and report (to someone); to send a report (to someone)
presentar un informe
He was asked to study the matter in detail and report back to the committee.
(Definition of report from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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