English - Vietnamese Dictionary
interview /'intəvju:/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- sự gặp gỡ, sự gặp mặt; cuộc nói chuyện riêng
- an interview between a job applicicant and the director: cuộc gặp riêng giữa người xin việc với ông giám đốc
- cuộc phỏng vấn; bài phỏng vấn
- a newpaper interview: cuộc phóng vấn báo chí
- động từ
- gặp riêng, nói chuyện riêng
- to interview job applicants: gặp riêng (hỏi riêng) những người đến xin việc
+the questioning of a person (or a conversation in which information is elicited); often conducted by journalists
+a conference (usually with someone important)
+conduct an interview in television, newspaper, and radio reporting
+discuss formally with (somebody) for the purpose of an evaluation
+go for an interview in the hope of being hired
Advanced English Dictionary
1 meeting, (press) conference, discussion, conversation, talk, question period, audience:
The reporter phoned to ask for an interview.
2 evaluation, appraisal, vetting, assessment:
I have a job interview scheduled for tomorrow.
3 question, examine, interrogate, sound out, talk with or to:
She interviewed the Prime Minister on television last night.
4 appraise, evaluate, check (out), vet:
The headmaster himself interviews the teachers.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 ~ (for a job, etc.) a formal meeting at which sb is asked questions to see if they are suitable for a particular job, or for a course of study at a college, university, etc: a job interview + to be called for (an) interview + He has an interview next week for the manager's job.
2 ~ (with sb) a meeting (often a public one) at which a journalist asks sb questions in order to find out their opinions: a television / radio / newspaper interview + an interview with the new Governor + to give an interview (= to agree to answer questions) + Yesterday, in an interview on German television, the minister denied the reports. + to conduct an interview (= to ask sb questions in public) + The interview was published in all the papers.
3 ~ (with sb) a private meeting between people when questions are asked and answered: an interview with the careers adviser + Interviews and questionnaires are the most important tools in market research.
1 ~ sb (for a job, etc.) to talk to sb and ask them questions at a formal meeting to find out if they are suitable for a job, course of study, etc: [VN] Which post are you being interviewed for? + We interviewed ten people for the job. [also V]
2 [VN] ~ sb (about sth) to ask sb questions about their life, opinions, etc., especially on the radio or television or for a newspaper or magazine: Next week, I will be interviewing Spielberg about his latest movie. + The Prime Minister declined to be interviewed.
3 [VN] ~ sb (about sth) to ask sb questions at a private meeting: The police are waiting to interview the injured man.
interviewing noun [U]: The research involves in-depth interviewing. + interviewing skills / techniques
face-to-face | telephone | group | in-depth | police
a police interview with suspected terrorists
| newspaper, press, radio, television | job
I've got a job interview tomorrow.
VERB + INTERVIEW
carry out, conduct, do, hold
The survey team carried out over 200 interviews with retired people.
| do, give (sb), grant (sb)
He's a very private man and rarely does interviews.
| attend, be called for, have
INTERVIEW + NOUN
board, panel | techniques | procedure
in an/the ~
He said in an interview that he wanted to get married.
| ~ about
The prime minister gave the paper an interview about his musical tastes.
| ~ between
an interview between the French Foreign Minister and the President of Egypt
| ~ for
an interview for the post of sales manager
| ~ with
He had an interview with United Biscuits. an interview with the Vietnamese leader
a round of interviews
We're about to start the second round of interviews for the post.
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