American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An account presented usually in detail.
- n. A formal account of the proceedings or transactions of a group.
- n. Law A published collection of authoritative accounts of court cases or of judicial decisions. Often used in the plural.
- n. Common talk; rumor or gossip: According to report, they eloped.
- n. Reputation; repute: a person of bad report.
- n. An explosive noise: the report of a rifle.
- v. To make or present an often official, formal, or regular account of.
- v. To relate or tell about; present: report one's findings. See Synonyms at describe.
- v. To write or provide an account or summation of for publication or broadcast: report the news.
- v. To submit or relate the results of considerations concerning: The committee reported the bill.
- v. To carry back and repeat to another: reported the rumor of a strike.
- v. To complain about or denounce: reported them to the principal.
- v. To make a report.
- v. To serve as a reporter for a publication, broadcasting company, or other news media.
- v. To present oneself: report for duty.
- v. To be accountable: She reports directly to the board of directors.
- report out To return after deliberation to a legislative body for action: The committee reported the new tax bill out.
- idiom. on report Subject to disclipinary action.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To bear or bring back as an answer; relate, as what has been discovered by a person sent to examine, explore, or investigate.
- To give an account of; make a statement concerning; say; make known; tell or relate from one to another.
- To give an official or formal account or statement of: as, to report a deficit.
- To write out and give an account or statement of, as of the proceedings, debates, etc., of a legislative body, a convention, court, etc.; specifically, to write out or take down from the lips of the speaker: as, the debate was fully reported.
- To lay a charge against; bring to the cognizance of: as, to report one to one's employer.
- To refer (one′ s self) for information or credit.
- To return or reverberate, as sound; echo back.
- To describe; represent.
- To give information about one's self; speak for one's self.
- Synonyms To announce, communicate.
- To rumor, bruit.
- To give in a report, or make a formal statement: as, the committee will report at twelve o'clock.
- To give an account or description; specifically, to do the work of a reporter. See reporter .
- Same as to report one's self (see under I.): as, to report at headquarters.
- n. An account brought back or returned; a statement or relation of facts given in reply to inquiry, as the result of investigation, or by a person authorized to examine and bring or send information.
- n. A tale carried; a story circulated; hence, rumor; common fame.
- n. Repute; public character.
- n. An account or statement. , A statement of a judicial opinion or decision, or of a case argued and determined in a court of justice, the object being to present such parts of the pleadings, evidence, and argument, with the opinion of the court, as shall serve to inform the profession and other courts of the points of law in respect to which the case may be a precedent. The books containing such statements are also called
- n. The sound of an explosion; a loud noise.
- n. Relation; correspondence; connection; reference.
- n. Synonyms Narration, detail, description, recital, narrative, communication.
- n. Hearsay.
- n. Verdict., etc. See decision.
- Specifically, in music, to answer and echo, as voices in a madrigal.
- v. intransitive To be accountable.
- n. A piece of information describing, or an account of certain events given or presented to someone.
- n. ballistics The sharp, loud sound from a gun or explosion.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. obsolete To refer.
- v. To bring back, as an answer; to announce in return; to relate, as what has been discovered by a person sent to examine, explore, or investigate
- v. To give an account of; to relate; to tell; to circulate publicly, as a story.
- v. To give an official account or statement of.
- v. Obs. or R. To return or repeat, as sound; to echo.
- v. (Parliamentary Practice) To return or present as the result of an examination or consideration of any matter officially referred.
- v. To make minutes of, as a speech, or the doings of a public body; to write down from the lips of a speaker.
- v. To write an account of for publication, as in a newspaper.
- v. To make a statement of the conduct of, especially in an unfavorable sense.
- v. To make a report, or response, in respect of a matter inquired of, a duty enjoined, or information expected.
- v. To furnish in writing an account of a speech, the proceedings at a meeting, the particulars of an occurrence, etc., for publication.
- v. To present one's self, as to a superior officer, or to one to whom service is due, and to be in readiness for orders or to do service; also, to give information, as of one's address, condition, etc.
- n. That which is reported.
- n. An account or statement of the results of examination or inquiry made by request or direction; relation.
- n. A story or statement circulating by common talk; a rumor; hence, fame; repute; reputation.
- n. Sound; noise; as, the
reportof a pistol or cannon.
- n. An official statement of facts, verbal or written; especially, a statement in writing of proceedings and facts exhibited by an officer to his superiors.
- n. An account or statement of a judicial opinion or decision, or of case argued and determined in a court of law, chancery, etc.; also, in the plural, the volumes containing such reports.
- n. A sketch, or a fully written account, of a speech, debate, or the proceedings of a public meeting, legislative body, etc.
- n. obsolete Rapport; relation; connection; reference.
- n. a short account of the news
- v. make known to the authorities
- v. be responsible for reporting the details of, as in journalism
- n. an essay (especially one written as an assignment)
- n. the general estimation that the public has for a person
- n. the act of informing by verbal report
- v. to give an account or representation of in words
- v. announce as the result of an investigation or experience or finding
- n. a written document describing the findings of some individual or group
- v. complain about; make a charge against
- v. announce one's presence
- n. a sharp explosive sound (especially the sound of a gun firing)
- n. a written evaluation of a student's scholarship and deportment
- From Anglo-Norman reporter, Middle French reporter, and their source, Latin reportāre, from re- + portāre. (Wiktionary)
- Middle English, from Old French, from reporter, to report, from Latin reportāre : re-, re- + portāre, to carry; see per-2 in Indo-European roots. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“• Match report: Manchester City 0-1 Tottenham• Read Paul Doyle's minute-by-minute report• Daniel Taylor: City will be all the poorer for failure• In pictures: Tom Jenkins's best images from the gamePeter Crouch had messed up a better chance five minutes before Marton Fulop, in the night's decisive moment, pushed Younes Kaboul's cross on to his head.”
“Nowâ€¦.under Clinton, intel is gathered to figure out who did it, but before the report is finished, Clinton is out and Bush is inâ€¦..report is thus given to bushâ€¦.and he did what Paul?”
“With all of these pieces the code for a trivial report could look something like this: use Report; my $report = Report - > new ();”
“• Match report: Manchester City 0-1 Tottenham• Read Paul Doyle's minute-by-minute report• Richard Williams: Spurs 'England contingent shine• In pictures: Tom Jenkins's best images from the gameUltimately, though, they came up conspicuously short and, as the game reached its final stages, Mancini could be seen screaming into the night air, kicking out those polished shoes and releasing all that pent-up frustration in the knowledge that a place in the Champions League qualifiers was about to pass them by.”
“• Match report: Manchester City 0-1 Tottenham• Read Paul Doyle's minute-by-minute report• Richard Williams: Spurs 'England contingent shine• Daniel Taylor: City will be all the poorer for failure• In pictures: Tom Jenkins's best images from the game”
“• Match report: Manchester City 0-1 Tottenham• Read Paul Doyle's minute-by-minute report• Richard Williams: Spurs 'England contingent shine• Daniel Taylor: City will be all the poorer for failure• In pictures: Tom Jenkins's best images from the game "It's great for the club.”
“* Goldstone called the allegation that the report encourages terror and negates Israel's right to self-defense "quite untrue and a fallacious attempt to win opposition to what is contained in the report*.”
“A father offers his son a dollar for every grade on his term report which is above ninety; what type of interest relative to studies does this appeal to?”
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“In recording gaps like that, often times a title company will record a loan and not know about the former mortgage," Ms. Dollar said, because it won't show on the title report yet.”
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