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re·port

 (rĭ-pôrt′)
n.
1.
a. A formal account of the proceedings or transactions of a group: a company's annual report.
b. A spoken or written account of an event, usually presented in detail: a news report; reports of children getting food poisoning.
2. A person who is accountable or subordinate to another person within a company or organization: a manager with two reports.
3. reports Law Bound volumes containing the published court opinions in legal cases, intended to provide a reference for precedents in subsequent cases.
4.
a. Reputation; repute: We know him only by report.
b. Archaic Common talk; rumor or gossip.
5. An explosive noise: the report of a rifle.
v. re·port·ed, re·port·ing, re·ports
v.tr.
1.
a. To make or present an official or formal account of: The study reported a decline in heart disease. The audit reports that the company lost money.
b. To write or provide an account or summation of for publication or broadcast: report the news.
2.
a. To tell about the presence or occurrence of: A burglar was reported in the area.
b. To relate or tell, especially from personal experience: They reported that fallen tree limbs were blocking the road. See Synonyms at describe.
3. To submit or relate the results of considerations concerning: The committee reported the bill.
4. To carry back and repeat to another: reported the rumor of a strike.
5. To complain about or denounce: reported the students to the principal.
v.intr.
1. To make a report: Would you please report on what happened?
2. To serve as a reporter for a publication, broadcasting company, or other news media.
3. To present oneself: report for duty.
4. To be accountable or subordinate to someone: She reports directly to the board of directors.
Phrasal Verb:
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 disciplinary action.

[Middle English, from Old French, from reporter, to report, from Latin reportāre : re-, re- + portāre, to carry; see per- in Indo-European roots.]

re·port′a·ble adj.

reporting

(rɪˈpɔːtɪŋ)
n
1. the act or process of reporting news or other events of general interest
2. (Journalism & Publishing) the act or process of reporting news or other events of general interest
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.reporting - the news as presented by reporters for newspapers or radio or televisionreporting - the news as presented by reporters for newspapers or radio or television; "they accused the paper of biased coverage of race relations"
news - information reported in a newspaper or news magazine; "the news of my death was greatly exaggerated"

reporting

noun journalism, writing, presenting, newscasting a reputation for honest and impartial reporting
Translations
déclaration des ordresmercatique après-ventereddition de comptes

reporting

[rɪˈpɔːtɪŋ]
A. N (Press, TV, Rad) → cobertura f, reportajes mpl
her reporting of the war in Bosniasu cobertura or sus reportajes de la guerra en Bosnia
B. CPD reporting restrictions NPL (Press, TV, Rad) → restricciones fpl informativas

reporting

:
reporting restrictions
pl (Brit Jur) → Berichterstattungsbeschränkungen pl (→ on in Bezug auf +acc); reporting were not lifteddie Berichterstattungsbeschränkungen wurden nicht aufgehoben
reporting structure
References in classic literature ?
Beth, who was ready first, kept reporting what went on next door, and enlivened her sisters' toilets by frequent telegrams from the window.
be all this as it may, his voice was now often heard hailing the three mast-heads and admonishing them to keep a bright look-out, and not omit reporting even a porpoise.
This was in the month of January, 1904, when the country was on the verge of "hard times," and the newspapers were reporting the shutting down of factories every day--it was estimated that a million and a half men were thrown out of work before the spring.
I will go on examining authorities and reporting progress until she is well enough to get me out of this scrape by presiding herself.
After first reporting herself in the housekeeper's room, she went upstairs to remove her bonnet and shawl; taking that opportunity to hide the keys in her bed-chamber until night came.
My sister she wrote to me the name of this here place, and wrote to me as if ever I chanced to come to Gravesen', I was to come over and inquire for Mas'r Davy and give her dooty, humbly wishing him well and reporting of the fam'ly as they was oncommon toe-be-sure.
Among other things, he said the governor was against him, not to lose the presents his relations made him for reporting him still mad but with lucid intervals; and that the worst foe he had in his misfortune was his large property; for in order to enjoy it his enemies disparaged and threw doubts upon the mercy our Lord had shown him in turning him from a brute beast into a man.
Resolved, That in the opinion of Congress it is expedient, that on the second Monday of May next a convention of delegates, who shall have been appointed by the several States, be held at Philadelphia, for the sole and express purpose OF REVISING THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION, and reporting to Congress and the several legislatures such ALTERATIONS AND PROVISIONS THEREIN, as shall, when agreed to in Congress, and confirmed by the States, render the federal Constitution ADEQUATE TO THE EXIGENCIES OF GOVERNMENT AND THE PRESERVATION OF THE UNION.
Their other aunt also visited them frequently, and always, as she said, with the design of cheering and heartening them up-- though, as she never came without reporting some fresh instance of Wickham's extravagance or irregularity, she seldom went away without leaving them more dispirited than she found them.
In the home of the witty abbe dwelt incessant laughter; there all the items of the day had their source and were so quickly transformed, misrepresented, metamorphosed, some into epigrams, some into falsehoods, that every one was anxious to pass an hour with little Scarron, listening to what he said, reporting it to others.
The only circumstance that throws anything like a vague light on this mysterious matter is a report which prevailed of a strange, foreign-built shallop, with much the look of a picaroon,[1] having been seen hovering about the Sound for several days without landing or reporting herself, though boats were seen going to and from her at night; and that she was seen standing out of the mouth of the harbor, in the gray of the dawn, after the catastrophe of the money diggers.
In this way he summoned the warriors and great men to council; every now and then reporting progress to his chief through the hole in the roof.