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in·ter·view

 (ĭn′tər-vyo͞o′)
n.
1. A formal meeting in person, especially one arranged for the assessment of the qualifications of an applicant.
2.
a. A conversation, such as one conducted by a reporter, in which facts or statements are elicited from another.
b. An account or a reproduction of such a conversation.
3. Informal An interviewee: an actor who was a tough interview.
v. in·ter·viewed, in·ter·view·ing, in·ter·views
v.tr.
To obtain an interview from.
v.intr.
To have an interview: interviewed with a publishing company.

[French entrevue, from Old French, from feminine past participle of entrevoir, to see : entre-, between (from Latin inter-; see inter-) + voir, to see (from Latin vidēre; see weid- in Indo-European roots).]

in′ter·view′a·ble adj.
in′ter·view·ee′ n.
in′ter·view′er n.

interview

(ˈɪntəˌvjuː)
n
1. (Broadcasting) a conversation with or questioning of a person, usually conducted for television, radio, or a newspaper
2. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a formal discussion, esp one in which an employer assesses an applicant for a job
vb
3. to conduct an interview with (someone)
4. (intr) to be interviewed, esp for a job: he interviewed well and was given the position.
[C16: from Old French entrevue; see inter-, view]
ˌinterviewˈee n
ˈinterˌviewer n

in•ter•view

(ˈɪn tərˌvyu)
n.
1. a formal meeting in which one or more persons question, consult, or evaluate another person: a job interview.
2.
a. a conversation or meeting in which a writer or reporter obtains information from one or more persons for a news story, broadcast, etc.
b. the report of such a conversation.
v.t.
3. to have an interview with.
v.i.
4. to have an interview; be interviewed (sometimes fol. by with).
5. to give or conduct an interview.
[1505–15; earlier enterview < Middle French entrevue, n. use of feminine of entrevu, past participle of entrevoir to glimpse; see inter-, view]
in′ter•view`a•ble, adj.

interview


Past participle: interviewed
Gerund: interviewing

Imperative
interview
interview
Present
I interview
you interview
he/she/it interviews
we interview
you interview
they interview
Preterite
I interviewed
you interviewed
he/she/it interviewed
we interviewed
you interviewed
they interviewed
Present Continuous
I am interviewing
you are interviewing
he/she/it is interviewing
we are interviewing
you are interviewing
they are interviewing
Present Perfect
I have interviewed
you have interviewed
he/she/it has interviewed
we have interviewed
you have interviewed
they have interviewed
Past Continuous
I was interviewing
you were interviewing
he/she/it was interviewing
we were interviewing
you were interviewing
they were interviewing
Past Perfect
I had interviewed
you had interviewed
he/she/it had interviewed
we had interviewed
you had interviewed
they had interviewed
Future
I will interview
you will interview
he/she/it will interview
we will interview
you will interview
they will interview
Future Perfect
I will have interviewed
you will have interviewed
he/she/it will have interviewed
we will have interviewed
you will have interviewed
they will have interviewed
Future Continuous
I will be interviewing
you will be interviewing
he/she/it will be interviewing
we will be interviewing
you will be interviewing
they will be interviewing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been interviewing
you have been interviewing
he/she/it has been interviewing
we have been interviewing
you have been interviewing
they have been interviewing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been interviewing
you will have been interviewing
he/she/it will have been interviewing
we will have been interviewing
you will have been interviewing
they will have been interviewing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been interviewing
you had been interviewing
he/she/it had been interviewing
we had been interviewing
you had been interviewing
they had been interviewing
Conditional
I would interview
you would interview
he/she/it would interview
we would interview
you would interview
they would interview
Past Conditional
I would have interviewed
you would have interviewed
he/she/it would have interviewed
we would have interviewed
you would have interviewed
they would have interviewed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.interview - the questioning of a person (or a conversation in which information is elicited)interview - the questioning of a person (or a conversation in which information is elicited); often conducted by journalists; "my interviews with teenagers revealed a weakening of religious bonds"
interrogatory, examination, interrogation - formal systematic questioning
employment interview, job interview - an interview to determine whether an applicant is suitable for a position of employment
telephone interview - an interview conducted over the telephone
2.interview - a conference (usually with someone important)interview - a conference (usually with someone important); "he had a consultation with the judge"; "he requested an audience with the king"
group discussion, conference - a discussion among participants who have an agreed (serious) topic
Verb1.interview - conduct an interview in television, newspaper, and radio reporting
converse, discourse - carry on a conversation
2.interview - discuss formally with (somebody) for the purpose of an evaluation; "We interviewed the job candidates"
converse, discourse - carry on a conversation
3.interview - go for an interview in the hope of being hired; "The job candidate interviewed everywhere"
converse, discourse - carry on a conversation

interview

noun
1. meeting, examination, evaluation, oral (examination), interrogation When I went for my first job interview I arrived extremely early.
2. audience, talk, conference, exchange, dialogue, consultation, press conference There'll be an interview with the Chancellor after the break.
verb
1. examine, talk to, sound out He was among three candidates interviewed for the job.
2. question, interrogate, examine, investigate, ask, pump, grill (informal), quiz, cross-examine, cross-question, put the screws on (informal), catechize, give (someone) the third degree (informal) The police interviewed the driver, but they had no evidence to go on.
Translations
pohovordělat pohovorinterviewmít rozhovor
interviewinterviewe
haastatteluhaastatella
intervjurazgovarati s
beszélgetelbeszélgetinterjúmeginterjúvol
eiga viîtal viîviîtal
インタビュー面接面接する
면담면담하다
imti interviuinterviukalbėtispokalbio vedėjas
intervētintervijalietišķa tikšanās/sarunatikšanās/saruna
interviu
interviewmať rozhovor/interviewpohovor
intervjuizpraševatipogovor
intervjuintervjua
การสัมภาษณ์สัมภาษณ์
cuộc phỏng vấnphỏng vấn

interview

[ˈɪntəvjuː]
A. Nentrevista f; (for press, TV) → entrevista f, interviú f or m
to have an interview with sbentrevistarse con algn
B. VT [+ person] → entrevistar; (for press, TV) → hacer una entrevista or interviú a
3% of those interviewed did not know thatun 3 por cien de los entrevistados ignoraba que ...
C. VI they are interviewing for this post tomorrowmañana realizarán las entrevistas para este puesto
I don't interview very wellno se me dan muy bien las entrevistas

interview

[ˈɪntərvjuː]
n
(with journalist)interview f
In an exclusive interview with the Times, he said that → Dans une interview exclusive donnée au Times, il a déclaré que ...
a live interview → une interview en direct
to give an interview → donner une interview
(for job)entretien m
to get an interview → obtenir un entretien, décrocher un entretien
to have an interview → avoir un entretien
I had an interview for a job on a newspaper → J'ai eu un entretien pour un travail dans un journal.
to go for an interview → aller à un entretien d'embauche job interview
vt
(on TV, radio)interviewer
I was interviewed on the radio → J'ai été interviewé à la radio.
to interview sb about sth → interviewer qn sur qch, interviewer qn à propos de qch
I seized the chance to interview the sports minister about this issue → J'ai saisi la chance qui m'était donnée d'interviewer le ministre sur ce problème., J'ai saisi la chance qui m'était donnée d'interviewer le ministre à ce propos.
[+ candidate] → avoir un entretien avec
to be interviewed for a job → avoir un entretien d'embauche
I was once interviewed for a job at the BBC → J'ai déjà eu dans le passé un entretien d'embauche à la BBC.
[police] (= question) → interroger
The police interviewed the driver after the accident → La police a interrogé le conducteur après l'accident.

interview

n
(for job) → Vorstellungsgespräch nt; (with authorities, employer etc) → Gespräch nt; (for grant) → Auswahlgespräch nt
(Press, TV etc) → Interview nt; to give an interviewein Interview ntgeben
(= formal talk)Gespräch nt, → Unterredung f
vt
job applicantein/das Vorstellungsgespräch führen mit; applicant for grant etcFragen stellen (+dat); he is being interviewed on Monday for the jober hat am Montag sein Vorstellungsgespräch
(Press, TV etc) → interviewen
vi
(Press, TV etc) → interviewen

interview

[ˈɪntəˌvjuː]
1. n (for job, position) → colloquio; (in paper, on radio, TV) → intervista
to have an interview with the director → avere un colloquio con il direttore
2. vt (see n) → sottoporre a colloquio, intervistare

interview

(ˈintəvjuː) noun
a formal meeting and discussion with someone, eg a person applying for a job, or a person with information to broadcast on radio or television.
verb
to question (a person) in an interview. They interviewed seven people for the job; He was interviewed by reporters about his policies.
ˈinterviewer noun

interview

مُقَابَلَةٌ, يُجْرِي مُقَابَلَةٌ dělat pohovor, pohovor interview, interviewe ein Vorstellungsgespräch führen, Vorstellungsgespräch παίρνω συνέντευξη, συνέντευξη entrevista, entrevistar haastatella, haastattelu entretien, interviewer intervju, razgovarati s colloquio, intervistare 面接, 面接する 면담, 면담하다 interview, interviewen intervju, intervjue przeprowadzić wywiad, wywiad entrevista, entrevistar проводить собеседование, собеседование intervju, intervjua การสัมภาษณ์, สัมภาษณ์ görüşme, görüşme yapmak cuộc phỏng vấn, phỏng vấn 面谈

in·ter·view

n. entrevista.
References in classic literature ?
The sound of voices in the parlor rose and fell for half an hour, but what happened during that interview the girls never knew.
The writer remembers to have been present at an interview between two chiefs of the Great Prairies west of the Mississippi, and when an interpreter was in attendance who spoke both their languages.
Attired in a suit of shining black alpaca, the visitor had evidently prepared himself with some care for a possible interview.
Of course, our poor Clifford being in so unhappy a state of mind, I cannot think of urging an interview at present.
Such an interview, perhaps, would have been more terrible than even to meet him as she now did, with the hot mid-day sun burning down upon her face, and lighting up its shame; with the scarlet token of infamy on her breast; with the sin-born infant in her arms; with a whole people, drawn forth as to a festival, staring at the features that should have been seen only in the quiet gleam of the fireside, in the happy shadow of a home, or beneath a matronly veil at church.
What passed at this interview I will not pretend to say, for in fact I do not know.
But the salary offered much exceeded her modest measure, and on a second interview she faced the music, she engaged.
I am not superstitious, but I consider the Commodore's interview with that whale as providential.
According to this little plan of theirs, the Guernsey-man, under cover of an interpreter's office, was to tell the Captain what he pleased, but as coming from Stubb; and as for Stubb, he was to utter any nonsense that should come uppermost in him during the interview.
Jonas had been to have an interview with the special policeman to whom Szedvilas had introduced him, and had been taken to see several of the bosses, with the result that one had promised him a job the beginning of the next week.
Haley and the stranger smoked a while in silence, neither seeming willing to broach the test question of the interview.
I judged she had somehow failed to get the first innings -- I mean in the conversation; otherwise the interview wouldn't have been so short.