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Spanish translation of “report”

report

verb
to make a complaint about; to give information about the misbehaviour/misbehavior etc of
acusar, denunciar
The boy was reported to the headmaster for being rude to a teacher.
to tell someone in authority about
denunciar
He reported the theft to the police.
to go (to a place or a person) and announce that one is there, ready for work etc
presentarse, personarse
The boys were ordered to report to the police station every Saturday afternoon Report to me when you return How many policemen reported for duty?
(Definition of report from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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