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  • verb To interview again.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ interview

Examples

  • The second wave had a 62 percent reinterview rate, which is on par with the reinterviewing rates of the General Social Survey and National Election Studies, the two primary omnibus national surveys used by sociologists and political scientists and funded by the National Science Foundation.

    American Grace

  • British embassy staff visited the police station yesterday to reinterview the British inmates.

    Bid to move British inmates from Bur Dubai station after tourist death claim

  • And she won't have to reinterview and reprocess quality staffers from the 2009 season who want to return.

    Snowed Under

  • And she won't have to reinterview and reprocess quality staffers from the 2009 season who want to return.

    Snowed Under

  • At this point, the sheriff says we don't believe it's a hoax, we've heard the 911 call, we've talked to the family, but because of that comment, we will have to reinterview the family.

    CNN Transcript Oct 16, 2009

  • And we feel it's incumbent upon us as an agency to go back to the family and attempt to reinterview them and establish whether this is, in fact, a hoax or if it's a actual event.

    CNN Transcript Oct 16, 2009

  • What triggered a reinterview now that's going to take place on behalf of the sheriff's department?

    CNN Transcript Oct 16, 2009

  • So, right now, they're going to reinterview the family.

    CNN Transcript Oct 16, 2009

  • They're going to go back and reinterview the family.

    CNN Transcript Oct 16, 2009

  • While this isn't a clear motive, the NTSB wants to reinterview the witness.

    Muddy Waters

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