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The story was reported differently on every news channel.
Three journalists were sent to report on the conflict.
Correspondents reported that the president had lost control of the country.
Wholesalers report a sharp increase in sales of organic vegetables.
Witnesses reported hearing a loud noise before the plane crashed.
The victim's neighbours reported that they had heard gunshots in the night.
Passers-by reported smoke coming from the abandoned factory.
If you see anything suspicious, you must report it to the appropriate authorities.
The boys were reported missing when they didn't come home for dinner.
This is the British English definition of report. View American English definition of report.
horse racing on flat ground with no fences or jumping
… the decision to treat the rights and duties of a company as being the same as the rights and duties of its shareholdersadd a word
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