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  1. report

    • IPA[rɪˈpɔːt]



    • n.
    • vt.
    • vi.
    • 過去式:reported 過去分詞:reported 現在分詞:reporting

    • 名詞複數:reports

    • 釋義
    • 同反義
    • 片語


    • 1. 報告 a police/medical report 警方/醫療報告 a report on sb./sth. 關於某人/某事物的報告
    • 2. 通報 a report of sth. 關於…的通報
    • 3. 調查報告 an air accident report 航空意外事故調查報告 a report on sth. 關於某事物的調查報告
    • 4. 報道 to carry a report (of sth.) 登載(關於某事物的)報道 a report on sb./sth. 關於某人/某事物的報道
    • 5. 傳聞 according to reports, ... 據傳… to get reports of sth. 獲悉關於某事物的傳聞
    • 6. 成績報告單 to get a good/bad report 成績出色/糟糕 he received a glowing report 他成績優異
    • 7. 讀書報告 to write a report (on sth.) 寫(關於某書的)讀書報告
    • 8. 槍聲; 爆炸聲 the tyre exploded with a loud report 隨著一聲巨響,輪胎爆了


    • 1. 彙報 I have nothing to report 我沒甚麼要彙報的 to report sth. to sb./sth. 向某人/某處彙報
    • 2. 報道 the papers reported their presence in Paris 各家報紙報道他們在巴黎現身 it was reported that ... 據報道…
    • 3. 傳聞 it is reported that ... 據傳… to be reported to do/as doing sth. 據傳做某事
    • 4. 報告 I want to report the loss of a package 我丟了一個包裹,要報案 reported cases of AIDS 已報告的艾滋病病例
    • 5. 舉報 to report sb./sth. to sb. 向某人舉報某人/某事 you will be reported to the boss 我要向老闆告發你


    • 1. 公布調查結果 to report on sth. 公布關於某事物的調查結果 the committee will report on its research next month 委員會將於下月公布研究結果
    • 2. 報道 she's been reporting for over ten years now 她已經當了十多年記者了 to report on sth. 報道
    • 3. 報到 to report to sb./sth. 向某人/到某處報到 please report to reception on arrival 到達後請到接待處報到


    1. give a spoken or written account of something that one has observed, heard, done, or investigated

    2. cover an event or subject as a journalist or a reporter

    3. make a formal statement or complaint about (someone or something) to the necessary authority

    4. (of a parliamentary committee chairman) formally announce that the committee has dealt with (a bill)

    5. present oneself formally as having arrived at a particular place or as ready to do something

    6. an account given of a particular matter, especially in the form of an official document, after thorough investigation or consideration by an appointed person or body

    7. a spoken or written description of an event or situation, especially one intended for publication or broadcasting in the media

    8. a teacher's written assessment of a pupil's work, progress, and conduct, issued at the end of a term or school year

    9. a piece of information that is unsupported by firm evidence

    10. rumour

    11. a sudden loud noise of or like an explosion or gunfire

    12. the reputation of someone or something