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According to the police report, the victim died of a knife wound.
the company's annual report
We have to write a short report on the conference.
A new report shows violent crime is on the increase.
a government-sponsored report on inner-city unemployment
I can't comment on the causes of the accident until I have seen the report's conclusions.
This is the British English definition of report. View American English definition of report.
getting smaller, weaker, or less important
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