Definition of 'reporter'
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On the radio the woman reporter in the helicopter was still talking. BETTER THAN THIS (2002)They had not slept together -- the Finnish reporter was too young for Newman. COVER STORY (2002)A former crime reporter called Adrian > Rafferty, who was now a full-time drunk. THE SCAR (2002)
Marta inched forward, the drumming louder in her ears, waiting for the reporter to move. ROUGH JUSTICE (2002)
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Translations for 'reporter'
British English: reporter /rɪˈpɔːtə/ NOUN
A reporter is someone who writes news articles or broadcasts news reports.
...a TV reporter.
- American English: reporter
- Arabic: مُخْبِر
- Brazilian Portuguese: repórter
- Chinese: 记者
- Croatian: izvjestitelj
- Czech: zpravodaj
- Danish: journalist
- Dutch: reporter
- European Spanish: reportero
- Finnish: toimittaja uutistoimittaja
- French: reporter
- German: Reporter
- Greek: ρεπόρτερ
- Italian: cronista
- Japanese: 取材記者
- Korean: 기자
- Norwegian: reporter
- Polish: reporter
- European Portuguese: repórter
- Romanian: reporter
- Russian: репортер
- Spanish: reportero
- Swedish: reporter
- Thai: ผู้รายงาน
- Turkish: muhabir
- Ukrainian: репортер
- Vietnamese: phóng viên
Definition of reporter from the Collins English Dictionary
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