- n. 面談；會見；面試；接見
- vt. 接見；采訪；對 ... 進行面試
- vi. 面試；采訪
- [C]面談,面試 meeting at which sb is asked questions to find out if he is suitable
- [C]采訪,交談 meeting at which a reporter, etc. asks sb questions in order to find out his views
- [C]會談,會見 meeting between two people to discuss important matters, usually rather formally
- vi. & vt. 面試 conduct an interview with sb
- vt. 采訪; 會見 ask sb questions in an interview
the questioning of a person (or a conversation in which information is elicited); often conducted by journalists;
"my interviews with teenagers revealed a weakening of religious bonds"
a conference (usually with someone important);
"he had a consultation with the judge"
"he requested an audience with the king"
conduct an interview in television, newspaper, and radio reporting
discuss formally with (somebody) for the purpose of an evaluation;
"We interviewed the job candidates"
go for an interview in the hope of being hired;
"The job candidate interviewed everywhere"
- How was your interview with Michigan?
- He mentioned that problem at our interviews.
- I think I fared quite well in the interview.
- May I make a few preliminary remarks before we start the interview?
- I thank you very much indeed for this interview.
- He indicated that the interview was over.
- In the prosecution of his duties, he had to interview people of all classes.
- They interview people from all walks of life.
- All the applicants were interviewed one by one.
- I'm interviewing all this afternoon.
- The interview overran by fifteen minutes.
- He had a television interview with a journalist.
- The matter can't be discussed except at a personal interview.
- Don't be late for your job interview.
- In an exclusive interview with David Frost, the former president made many revelations.
- The manager has an interview with us.
- He'll interview all this afternoon.
- We interviewed 8 people for the job.
- I interviewed him about some things.
- He was interviewed by a reporter.
- allow〔refuse〕 an interview with sb 同意〔拒絕〕會見某人
- give an interview to sb 接見某人
- request an interview with sb 請求會見某人
- brief interview 短暫的會見
- interview candidate 采訪候選人
The interview had been a short one..both had confined themselves to a few words.出自： M. M. Kaye
The reporters tried to interview him.出自： B. Moore
The police chief issued a description of a man they want to interview.出自：Sunday Post (Glasgow)
- interview通常解釋為“訪問”，而不作為“接見”的意思。因此Peter interviewed Mecheal是“皮特訪問麥克”，不是“皮特接見麥克”；
I have an interview tomorrow morning.
- ☆ 1514年進入英語，直接源自中古法語的entrevue，意為互相見面，互相拜訪。