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debriefverb [T]

 us   /diˈbrif/
to question someone in detail to get useful information about something that person has done for you: After every flight, engineers thoroughly debrief the test pilot.
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debriefverb [T]

uk   /ˌdiːˈbriːf/  us   /ˌdiːˈbriːf/
to question someone in detail about work they have done for you: The pilots were thoroughly debriefed after every mission. a debriefing session
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Translations of “debrief”
in Chinese (Simplified) 详细询问,盘问(执行任务的情况)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 詳細詢問,盤問(執行任務的情況)…
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