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reportverb

uk   /rɪˈpɔːt/  us   /-ˈpɔːrt/

report verb (TELL)

B1 [I or T] to give a ​description of something or ​information about it to someone: We called the ​insurancecompany to report the ​theft. The ​assassination was reported in all the ​newspapers. I ​want you to report (to me) onprogress (= on what you have done) every ​Friday. [+ -ing verb] Spies reported ​seeing a ​build-up of ​soldiers. [+ obj + adj ] He was reported ​missing in ​action. The ​inquiry reports (= will ​officially make ​itsresultsknown) next ​week.be reported to be/do sth to be ​described by ​people as being or doing a ​particular thing ​although there is no ​realproof: The ​storm is reported to have ​killed five ​people. [T] to make a ​complaint to a ​person in ​authority about something or someone: My ​neighbours reported me to the ​police forfiring my ​rifle in the ​garden.
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report verb (GO)

[I usually + adv/prep] to go to a ​place or a ​person and say that you are there: I report for (= am ​ready for and at)work/​duty at 8 a.m. every ​morning.

reportnoun [C]

uk   /rɪˈpɔːt/  us   /-ˈpɔːrt/

report noun [C] (DESCRIPTION)

A2 (also school report, US also report card) a teacher's written ​statement to ​parents about a child's ​ability and ​performance at ​schoolB1 a ​description of an ​event or ​situation: a ​news/​weather report a company's ​financial/​annual report I gave/made/​submitted a report of the ​theft to the ​insurancecompany. She ​sent in ​weekly reports on the ​situation.reports [plural] stories for which you do not ​yet have ​realproof: According to reports, ten ​pupils were ​expelled. We're getting reports of a ​planecrash in Paris.
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report noun [C] (NOISE)

formal the ​loudnoise of a ​shot: We ​heard the ​loud/​sharp report of a ​rifle.
(Definition of report from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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reportverb

 us   /rɪˈpɔrt, -ˈpoʊrt/

report verb (TELL)

[T] to give a ​description of something or ​information about something to someone: We called the ​police to report the ​theft. The ​accident was reported in all the ​newspapers. [+ that clause] The ​crew reported that the ​situation was ​normal.

report verb (GO SOMEWHERE)

[I always + adv/prep] to go to a ​place and say that you are there or ​inform someone about what you are doing: I report for ​work/duty at 8 a.m. every ​morning. In this ​job you’ll be reporting ​directly to (= ​working for) the ​president.

reportnoun [C]

 us   /rɪˈpɔrt, -ˈpoʊrt/

report noun [C] (TELL)

information about something: a ​financial report I have to write a report on ​immigration. According to reports there has been an ​earthquake in Los Angeles.
(Definition of report from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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reportnoun [C]

uk   us   /rɪˈpɔːt/
a spoken or written description of an ​event or ​situation: give/make a report I ​think it is good ​practice for ​companies to make a proper report to ​shareholders.write a report She ​wrote a simple ​no-nonsense report.a report on sth Can you give us a report on what ​happened at the ​meeting? an employment/​inflation/​market report
a ​statement that may or may not be ​true: a report (that) Its ​shares have ​risen 33p over the past 10 days after reports it had received more than one ​approach. According to reports from the US, details of the ​deal were ​leaked on ​internetmessageboards.
(also annual report) ACCOUNTING, FINANCE a report by a ​company each ​year with its audited (= ​officiallyexamined)accounts, and ​information on how its ​managementthinks it will do in the future: In last year's ​annual report we set a ​goal to ​double our ​revenue within the next five ​years.
an ​officialdocument made by someone who has ​examined a particular ​subject: The panel's report said that ​governments are not ​spending enough on ​research.a report on sth The ​taskforcepublished a scathing report on the ​impact of ​regulation on ​hotels and ​restaurants. In a report, he said ​investors still face ​risks with this ​company if a ​merger does not occur.
IT a ​search for a particular ​type of ​information in a large ​amount of ​data, or the ​results of a ​search like this: run/generate a report You may need to ​run a report for a ​meeting from your ​laptop at ​home.
COMMUNICATIONS an ​article in a ​newspaper or on ​television about a particular ​situation or ​event: The ​statement was in ​response to a Dallas Morning News report.a report on sth The evening ​newsfeatured a ​special report on the ​bankingcrisis.
HR, WORKPLACE, MANAGEMENT someone who ​works for a particular ​manager: He has 15 direct reports.

reportverb

uk   us   /rɪˈpɔːt/
[T] COMMUNICATIONS, ACCOUNTING to make a ​publicstatement about something: report a rise/fall/drop They reported a 5.7% ​drop in ​sales.report a profit/loss Their ​chiefexecutive reported pre-tax ​profits of £489m. The ​government reported the worst ​joblosses in more than four ​years.
[I or T] COMMUNICATIONS to give ​information about something or a description of something: Dealers reported some extreme ​pricemovements among some of the biggest ​companies. Small ​traders reported ​long waits to ​contact internet-based ​stockbrokers.report that Staff ​members reported that ​morale had ​reached new ​lows.report on sth The ​taskforce is ​due to report on its ​findings from the ​industry later this ​year.report sth to sb That ​board has 30 days to report its ​findings to the ​President.
[I or T] to make an ​officialcomplaint or ​statement about someone or something to a ​person in ​authority: report sb/sth to sb She threatened me, and I reported her to the ​manager.report sb for sth She reported him for ​benefitfraud.report sth stolen/missing/lost 66 ​vehicles have been reported ​stolen during the month of April.
[I] to go to a ​place or ​person and say that you are there: Anyone ​entering the ​building must report to the ​office.report to sb He must report ​daily to a pretrial ​servicesofficer in San Diego. She reported for ​workright on ​time as usual.
(Definition of report from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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