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report / informe
 
report   [rɪˈpɔ:t]
A. -noun
1. (=account)   informe (m)   (Press, radio, television)   reportaje (m),   crónica (f)
(=piece of news)   noticia (f)
·there were no reports of casualties
·no se anunciaron víctimas
·to [give] or [make] or [present] a report (on something)
·presentar un informe (sobre algo)
progress    
2. (British, Great Britain)   also school report   boletínoun or cartilla
(United States)
(=assignment)   trabajo (m)
·to get a [good]/[bad] report
·sacar buenas/malas notas
3. (=rumour)   rumor (m)
·[according] to report(noun)
·segúnoun se dice
4. literary
(=reputation)   reputaciónoun (f),   fama (f)
·a person of [good] report
·una persona de buena reputaciónoun or fama
5. (=bang)   estallido (m)
(=shot)   disparo (m)
B. -transitive verb
1. (=state, make known)
·it is reported from Berlin that ...
·comunican or se informa desde Berlínoun que ...
·nothing to report
·sin novedad
2. (Press, television, radio)
[+event]   informar acerca de,   informar sobre
3. (=allege)
·she is reported to be in Italy
·se dice que está en Italia
·he is reported to have said that ...
·parece que dijo que ...
4. (=notify)
[+crime]   denunciar,   dar parte de
[+accident]   dar parte de
·13 people were reported [killed]
·hubo informes de que murieron 13 personas
·to report somebody [missing]
·denunciar la desapariciónoun de somebody, someone,   declarar a somebody, someone desaparecido
5. (=denounce)
[+person]   denunciar
·to report somebody (to somebody) (for something)
·denunciar a somebody, someone (a somebody, someone) (por algo)
·he reported her to the Inland Revenue for not paying her taxes
·la denunció a Hacienda por no pagar impuestos
6. ·reported [speech]
estilo (m) indirecto
C. -intransitive verb
1. (=make report)   presentar un informe
2. (Press, television, radio)   (generally)   informar   (as reporter)   ser reporteroa
·he reported for the Daily Echo for 40 years
·durante 40 años fue reportero del "Daily Echo"
·this is Jim Dale reporting from Chicago
·aquí Jim Dale (informando) desde Chicago
·to report [on] something
·informar sobre algo
3. (=present oneself)   presentarse
·when you arrive, report [to] the receptionist
·cuando llegue, preséntese en recepciónoun
·he has to report to the police every five days
·tiene que personarse or presentarse en la comisaría cada cinco días
·to report [for] duty
(military)   presentarse para el servicio
·to report [sick]
·darse de baja por enfermedad
4. ·to report [to] somebody
(=be responsible to)   estar bajo las órdenes de somebody, someone
·he reports to the marketing director
·está bajo las órdenes del director de masculineárketing
·who do you report to?
·¿quiénoun es tu superior or tu jefe?
D. -compound
·report card   -noun
(United States)   (school)   boletínoun or cartilla
·report stage   -noun
(British, Great Britain)   (parliament)
·the bill has reached or is at the report stage
·se estánoun debatiendo los informes de las comisiones sobre el proyecto de ley
 
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