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report

verb
 
 
/rɪˈpɔːt/
DESCRIBE [I, T] B1 to describe a recent event or situation, especially on television, radio, or in a newspaper
rapor/bilgi vermek; açılamada bulunmak
Jo Smith reports on recent developments. [+ that] She reported that the situation had changed dramatically. [+ doing sth] A woman outside the shop reported seeing the gun.The press and news reportingDescribing and telling stories
TELL [T] B1 to tell someone in authority that something has happened, especially an accident or crime
rapor etmek, bildirmek
He should have reported the accident immediately. Have you reported the fault to a technician?Announcing, informing and stating
COMPLAIN [T] to complain about someone's behaviour to someone in authority.
şikayet etmek, yanlışı rapor etmek
I'm going to report him to the police. Duncan's been reported for smoking.Complaining
(Definition of report verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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