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report /rɪˈpɔːt $ -ɔːrt/ noun [countable]
report verb


شایعه ، اطلاع دادن ، خبردادن ، معرفی کردن خود ، گزارش دادن به ، صدای شلیک ، شهرت ، انتشار ، صدا ، گزارش دادن ، گزارش ، علوم مهندسی: خبر ، کامپیوتر: گزارش ، معماری: گزارش ، قانون ـ فقه: گزارش تفصیلی و تاریخی جریان محاکمات که متضمن کلیه استدلالات وکلای طرفین و ادله ابرازیه است و در CL از اهم منابع حقوق محسوب می شود ، روانشناسی: گزارش ، بازرگانی: گزارش ، علوم نظامی: گزارش دیدبانی
مهندسی صنایع: فروش/خرید/تدارکات: گزارش ، گزارش دادن الکترونیک: گزارش ، کامپیوتر: گزارش ، خبر ، علوم مهندسی: گزارش ، گزارش تفصیلی و تاریخی جریان محاکمات که متضمن کلیه استدلالات وکلای طرفین و ادله ابرازیه است و در CL از اهم منابع حقوق محسوب می شود ، حقوق: خبر ، گزارش ، معماری: گزارش ، شایعه ، اطلاع دادن ، خبردادن ، معرفی کردن خود ، گزارش دادن به ، صدای شلیک ، گزارش دیدبانی ، علوم نظامی: گزارش ، روانشناسی: گزارش ، اقتصاد: شهرت ، انتشار، صدا، گزارش دادن ، گزارش

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

report
[verb]
Synonyms:
- communicate, broadcast, cover, describe, detail, inform of, narrate, pass on, recount, relate, state, tell
- present oneself, appear, arrive, come, turn up
[noun]
Synonyms:
- account, communication, description, narrative, news, record, statement, word
- article, piece, story, write-up
- rumour, buzz, gossip, hearsay, talk
- bang, blast, boom, crack, detonation, discharge, explosion, noise, sound
Related Words: conversation, speech, chat, chatter, chitchat, prating, small talk, canard, dirt, scandal, advice, intelligence, news, tidings, declaration, statement, comment, notice, review, brief, bulletin, communicate, impart
English Thesaurus: account, description, story, report, version, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. report1 S2 W1 /rɪˈpɔːt $ -ɔːrt/ noun [countable]
[Word Family: noun: report, reporter, reportage, reporting; verb: report; adverb: reportedly; adjective: unreported]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: reporter 'to report', from Latin reportare, from portare 'to carry']

1. a written or spoken description of a situation or event, giving people the information they need ⇒ account
report of/on/about
Colleges have to provide a written report on the progress of each student during the year.

2. a piece of writing in a newspaper about something that is happening, or part of a news programme ⇒ reporter:
According to recent news reports, two of the victims are Americans.
report on/of
media reports of the food shortages

3. an official document that carefully considers a particular subject
report on
a recent report on child abuse

4. information that something has happened, which may or may not be true
report of
Police received reports of a bomb threat at the airport at 11:28 p.m.
Government officials have denied reports of rebel advances.
report that
a report that he had been killed

5. British English a written statement by teachers about a child’s work at school, which is sent to his or her parents Synonym : report card American English

6. British English someone who works for a particular manager:
Only Gordon’s direct reports are attending the course.

7. formal the noise of an explosion or shot:
a loud report

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. report2 S2 W1 verb
[Word Family: noun: report, reporter, reportage, reporting; verb: report; adverb: reportedly; adjective: unreported]

1. NEWS [intransitive and transitive] to give people information about recent events, especially in newspapers and on television and radio ⇒ reporter:
This is Gavin Williams, reporting from the United Nations in New York.
We aim to report the news as fairly as possible.
The incident was widely reported in the national press.
report on
The Times sent her to Bangladesh to report on the floods.
report that
Journalists in Cairo reported that seven people had been shot.
report doing something
Witnesses reported seeing three people flee the scene.

2. be reported to be/do something used to say that a statement has been made about someone or something, but you do not know if it is true ⇒ allege:
The stolen necklace is reported to be worth $57,000.

3. JOB/WORK [intransitive and transitive] to tell someone about what has been happening, or what you are doing as part of your job
report (to somebody) on something
I’ve asked him to come back next week and report on his progress.

4. PUBLIC STATEMENT [transitive] to officially give information to the public:
Doctors have reported a 13% increase in the number of people with heart disease.

5. CRIME/ACCIDENT [transitive] to tell the police or someone in authority that an accident or crime has happened:
I’d like to report a theft.
report something to somebody
All accidents must be reported to the safety officer.
report somebody/something missing/injured/killed
The plane was reported missing.

6. COMPLAIN [transitive] to complain about someone to people in authority
report somebody for something
Polish referee Ryszard Wojoik reported two Leeds United players for violent conduct.
report somebody to somebody
Hadley’s drinking problem led co-workers to report him to the supervisor.

7. ARRIVAL [intransitive] to go somewhere and officially state that you have arrived
report to
All visitors must report to the site office.
All soldiers were required to report for duty (=arrive and be ready for work) on Friday.

8. report sick to officially tell your employers that you cannot come to work because you are ill
report back phrasal verb
to give someone information about something that they asked you to find out about
report back to
The committee has 60 days to report back to Congress.
report back on
Students were asked to report back on their results.
report to somebody phrasal verb
to be responsible to someone at work and be managed by them:
He will report to Greg Carr, Boston Technology’s chief executive.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

report
noun
I. written/spoken account of sth
ADJ. important, influential, major | lengthy | brief, short | complete, comprehensive, extensive, full, wide-ranging I will have to make a full report of the situation to my superiors.
detailed, in-depth | general | encouraging, excellent, favourable, positive | adverse, bad, critical, damning, hard-hitting, negative, pessimistic | sensational | latest, new, recent, up-to-date | previous | original There have been many new findings since the original report.
early, initial, interim, preliminary | further, later, subsequent | periodic, regular | annual, quarterly | final | draft | formal | written | verbal | published | unpublished | special | standard | verbatim | reliable | false, misleading | conflicting There have been conflicting reports on the number of people killed.
factual | anecdotal | eyewitness, first-hand, on-the-spot | second-hand | anonymous | unconfirmed unconfirmed reports of a shooting in the capital
independent | joint | official | unofficial | confidential, secret | public | government, parliamentary | intelligence, police Reliable intelligence reports suggest that the terrorists have bases in five cities.
media, press | magazine, newspaper, radio, television | news | weather | committee | company | economic, financial, market | environmental | medical, psychiatric | scientific, technical | lab/laboratory | case, research, survey | enquiry | accident, crash | autopsy | progress, status | probation | audit, due diligence (law)
law The case has not yet been reported in the law reports.
VERB + REPORT deliver, give sb, make, present The committee presented its report to the Attorney General.
compile, do, draw up, prepare, produce, type (up), write I typed up a report about the morning's events for our clients.
file, give (sb/sth), let sb have, submit Our correspondent in Washington files a report most days. I'll let you have a report as soon as I can. | issue, release Auditors normally issue a report as to whether the company accounts have been prepared correctly.
leak a confidential report leaked to the press
have, hear, receive We've had reports of a gang shooting in the city.
call for The MPs called for a full report on the nuclear contract.
commission The government commissioned a report on the state of agriculture in the country.
launch, undertake | accept, endorse Following discussion, the annual report was accepted unanimously. | reject | confirm | deny They could neither confirm nor deny reports that the chairperson was to be replaced.
read | consider, discuss | publish | appear in A large number of tables and figures appear in the report.
REPORT + VERB be based on sth This report is based on the analysis of 600 completed questionnaires.
concern sth, cover sth, detail sth, examine sth, look at sth, relate to sth The report looks at the health risks linked to obesity.
comprise sth, contain sth, include sth | comment (on) sth, describe sth, explain sth, express sth, indicate sth, mention sth, outline sth, say sth, state sth Reports have indicated that a growing number of medium-sized firms are under financial pressure.
cite sth, list sth, note sth The report notes evidence that secondary smoke from other people's cigarettes harms unborn children.
add sth, go on … The report went on to list her injuries.
acknowledge sth, admit (to) sth The report admits to several outstanding questions about the safety of the waste dumps.
allege sth, claim sth | argue sth | demonstrate sth, show sth | reveal sth The riots had been sparked off by police mishandling of a case, a report revealed yesterday.
draw attention to sth, emphasize sth, highlight sth, point sth out, stress sth The report draws attention to the appalling conditions in the country's prisons.
warn sth The report warns that more job losses are likely.
confirm sth | conclude sth, find sth, link sth with sth a report linking ill health with industrial pollution
advocate sth, call for sth, propose sth, recommend sth, suggest sth, urge sth The report called for sweeping changes in the education system.
accuse sb/sth, attack sb/sth, blame sb/sth, criticize sb/sth | be called sth, be entitled sth a report entitled ‘Kick-start’
be out Criticism has been levelled at local businesses in a report out (= released) today.
REPORT + NOUN writer, writing
PREP. according to a/the ~ According to this evening's weather report, there will be snow tomorrow.
amid/amidst ~s The pro-democracy rally came amidst reports of dissatisfaction among army officers.
in a/the ~ The findings are summarized in the report.
~ about, ~ by a report by scientists
~ from a report from the select committee
~ into The department has launched a report into the bombing.
~ on an official report on the accident

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

report
II. written statement about a student's work
ADJ. good | bad | school | end-of-term
VERB + REPORT get She got a better report this year.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

report
verb
ADV. back The reconnaissance party reported back that the town was heavily fortified.
VERB + REPORT be expected to, expect to The company is expected to report record profits this year.
be delighted to, be glad to, be happy to, be pleased to I am pleased to report that the scheme is going well.
have to It is with regret that I have to report the death of one of our members.
fail to He was charged with careless driving and failing to report an accident.
PREP. from This is John Hutchins, reporting from Zimbabwe.
on reporting on the situation in central Africa
to Report the theft to the police as soon as possible.
PHRASES be widely reported The incident was widely reported in the British press.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

report

write a report
Her social worker has written a report on the case.
make a report
We make regular progress reports to our manager.
give a report (=make a report, usually a spoken one)
He came to the office to give his report in person.
prepare a report
The surveyor will view the property and prepare a full report.
submit a report formal (=give a written report to someone)
Doctors will have to submit weekly reports.
a report says/states (that)
The report said that it would cost another £250 million to repair the damage.
a full/detailed report
A full report will be prepared for the next committee meeting.
an official/formal report
Black graduates still face discrimination from employers, according to an official report.
a written report
Mr Thomas asked me to send him a written report.
a confidential report (=one that only a few people see)
He made a confidential report to UN headquarters in New York.
an autopsy report (also a post-mortem report British English) (=that shows the results of an examination on a dead body to find the cause of death)
The autopsy report gave the cause of death as alcohol poisoning.
receive a report
Amnesty has received repeated reports of violation of detention procedures.
have a report (=receive one)
The police say they had reports of a gang shooting in East London.
confirm a report
A spokesman refused to confirm reports that the aircraft had previously suffered an engine fire.
deny a report
Government officials have denied reports of rebel advances.
dismiss a report (=refuse to consider it because you believe it is not true)
A Treasury official yesterday dismissed the reports as ‘pure speculation’.
an unconfirmed report (=not yet supported by official information)
There are unconfirmed reports that up to 2,000 people have been killed.
an eyewitness/first-hand report (=from someone who saw what happened)
Some were beaten and tortured according to first-hand reports from former prisoners.
a reliable report
On Sunday there were reliable reports of a group of whales off the Devon coast.
an unofficial report
According to unofficial reports, the president had talks with Palestinian leaders.
conflicting reports (=reports saying very different things)
Conflicting reports continued to emerge from the area.
a misleading report (=likely to make you believe something that is not true)
This isn’t the first time the industry has published misleading reports based on incomplete data.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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