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Meaning of “interview” - Learner’s Dictionary

interview

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈɪntəvjuː/
JOB/COURSE B1 a meeting in which someone asks you questions to see if you are suitable for a job or course: I had an interview last week for a job in London.Questioning people and asking questions in generalCuriositySuspecting and questioningRecruiting staff, applying for and accepting jobs
NEWS B1 a meeting in which someone is asked questions for a newspaper article, television show, etc: an exclusive interview with MadonnaQuestioning people and asking questions in generalCuriositySuspecting and questioning
POLICE a meeting in which the police ask someone questions to see if they have committed a crimeQuestioning people and asking questions in generalCuriositySuspecting and questioning
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