Interview - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- discuss formally with (somebody) for the purpose of an evaluation
The company is holding interviews for several new jobs.
The interview will be shown on tonight's news.
This library has a large collection of his interviews.
He is a very entertaining interviewer.
She's always been known as one of Hollywood's best interviews.
Our colleague has already interviewed this film director.
We interviewed the job candidates.
She always interviews extremely well.
He desperately needed a job, so he interviewed everywhere.
He has an interview next Thursday for a job on the Los Angeles Times.
I got a letter asking me to go for an interview the next day.
Remember to take the phone off the hook while you are conducting the interview.
I've got another job interview tomorrow.
Elton John gave an interview to Barbara Walters (=he answered her questions).
We're interviewing six candidates for the job.
present participle: interviewing
past tense: interviewed
past participle: interviewed
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