Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of report.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective made known or told about; especially presented in a formal account

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Even though sales rose almost 8 percent, the label reported a 32 percent drop in earnings, due to “extraordinary costs.”

    Gianni Versace S.p.A.: New Establishment

  • Even though sales rose almost 8 percent, the label reported a 32 percent drop in earnings, due to “extraordinary costs.”

    Donatella Versace: Vanity Fair

  • After Tracey described the study in his opening statement, in regard to the product information that Glaxo was providing in April 2005, during her opening statement, Glaxo attorney, Varner, told the jury, "GSK in its label reported on the animal studies, including the death of the rat pups that you have heard so much about this morning."

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • After Tracey described the study in his opening statement, in regard to the product information that Glaxo was providing in April 2005, during her opening statement, Glaxo attorney, Varner, told the jury, "GSK in its label reported on the animal studies, including the death of the rat pups that you have heard so much about this morning."

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • After Tracey described the study in his opening statement, in regard to the product information that Glaxo was providing in April 2005, during her opening statement, Glaxo attorney, Varner, told the jury, "GSK in its label reported on the animal studies, including the death of the rat pups that you have heard so much about this morning."

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • After Tracey described the study in his opening statement, in regard to the product information that Glaxo was providing in April 2005, during her opening statement, Glaxo attorney, Varner, told the jury, "GSK in its label reported on the animal studies, including the death of the rat pups that you have heard so much about this morning."

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • After Tracey described the study in his opening statement, in regard to the product information that Glaxo was providing in April 2005, during her opening statement, Glaxo attorney, Varner, told the jury, "GSK in its label reported on the animal studies, including the death of the rat pups that you have heard so much about this morning."

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Including free copies distributed to public places like doctor's offices, the title reported average overall circulation of 637,048 over the second half of last year, according to BPA. "

    U.S. News

  • I know this because Ezra Klein reported it on his blog!

    Matthew Yglesias » Greed is Not a Defense

  • Harlequin reported amazement and as of today changed the name to DellArtePress Book Publishing Services.

    Harlequin Begins Vanity Press « Colleen Anderson

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