Definition of Report:

  1. A piece of information that is unsupported by firm evidence and that the speaker feels may or may not be true.

  2. Give a spoken or written account of something that one has observed, heard, done, or investigated.

  3. Present oneself formally as having arrived at a particular place or as ready to do something.

  4. An employee who is supervised by another employee.

  5. A sudden loud noise of or like an explosion or gunfire.

  6. The way in which someone or something is regarded; reputation.

  7. Be responsible to (a superior or supervisor).

  8. To provide information.

  9. An account given of a particular matter, especially in the form of an official document, after thorough investigation or consideration by an appointed person or body.

  10. A document containing information organized in a narrative, graphic, or tabular form, prepared on ad hoc, periodic, recurring, regular, or as required basis. Reports may refer to specific periods, events, occurrences, or subjects, and may be communicated or presented in oral or written form.

Synonyms of Report

Agnus Dei, Benedicite, Gloria, Gloria Patri, Gloria in Excelsis, Introit, Magnificat, Miserere, Nunc Dimittis, PR, Te Deum, Trisagion, Vedic hymn, Accidental, Acclaim, Account, Account rendered, Accounting, Accuse, Acquaint, Acquaintance, Act on, Acta, Advertise, Advertise of, Advice, Advise, Affirm, Allege, Allegorize, Alleluia, Analysis, Announce, Announcement, Annual, Annunciate, Annunciation, Answer, Anthem, Antiphon, Antiphony, Appear, Apprise, Approval, Arraign, Arrive, Article, Backfire, Ballyhoo, Bang, Blast, Blowout, Blowup, Blue book, Blurb, Book, Book review, Boom, Break the news, Breve, Brief, Briefing, Bright light, Bring accusation, Bring charges, Bring to book, Bring word, Broadcast, Bruit, Bulletin, Bulletin board, Burst, Buzz, Canard, Canticle, Celebrity, Censure, Census report, Chant, Character, Charge, Chat, Chatter, Check in, Check out, Check up on, Chitchat, Chorale, Chronicle, Circular, Circulate, Cite, Clock in, Come in, Comment, Commentary, Commentation, Common knowledge, Common talk, Communicate, Communication, Communique, Complain, Condemn, Conversation, Convey, Cover, Crack, Critical bibliography, Critical journal, Critical notice, Critical review, Criticism, Critique, Crotchet, Cry, Currency, Data, Datum, Daylight, Declaration, Declare, Declare roundly, Decree, Demisemiquaver, Denounce, Denunciate, Describe, Description, Detail, Detonation, Directory, Dirt, Discharge, Disclose, Dispatch, Disseminate, Divulge, Document, Dominant, Dominant note, Doom, Double whole note, Doxology, Eclat, Edict, Editorial, Eighth note, Election returns, Encyclical, Enharmonic, Enharmonic note, Enlighten, Enlightenment, Enunciate, Enunciation, Evidence, Examine, Explore, Explosion, Exposure, Fable, Fabulize, Facts, Factual information, Fame, Familiarization, Familiarize, Famousness, Fasten on, Fasten upon, Fictionalize, Figure, Find, Find against, Find for, Finger, Flare, Flash, Flat, Flying rumor, Fulguration, Fulmination, Gen, General information, Get across, Get over, Give, Give a report, Give notice, Give the facts, Give tidings of, Give word, Glare, Glory, Gloss, Gossip, Grapevine, Guidebook, Gunfire, Gunshot, Half note, Hallelujah, Hand on, Handout, Hang something on, Hard information, Hearsay, Hemidemisemiquaver, History, Hoopla, Hosanna, Hue and cry, Hymn, Hymn of praise, Hymnody, Hymnography, Hymnology, Idea afloat, Impart, Impeach, Imply, Impute, Incidental information, Indict, Info, Inform, Inform against, Inform on, Information, Inquire into, Insinuate, Instruct, Instruction, Intelligence, Investigate, Issue a manifesto, Issue a statement, Knowledge, Kudos, Latrine rumor, Laud, Lay charges, Leader, Leading article, Leave word, Let know, Light, Limelight, Literary criticism, Lodge a complaint, Lodge a plaint, Look into, Make a statement, Make an announcement, Make known, Make public, Manifesto, Mantra, Maximum dissemination, Mention, Mention to, Message, Minim, Minutes, Motet, Murmur, Musical note, Mythicize, Mythify, Mythologize, Name, Narrate, Narrative, Natural, News, News stirring, Note, Notice, Notification, Notify, Notoriety, Notoriousness, Novelize, Offertory, Offertory sentence, On-dit, Order, Paean, Pass, Pass along, Pass judgment, Pass on, Pass sentence, Patent note, Piece, Pin on, Plug, Popularity, Position paper, Prating, Prefer charges, Presentation, Press charges, Press notice, Probe, Proceedings, Proclamation, Program, Programma, Promotional material, Promulgate, Pronounce, Pronounce judgment, Pronounce on, Pronouncement, Pronunciamento, Proof, Psalm, Psalmody, Public eye, Public knowledge, Public notice, Public relations, Public report, Publication, Publicity, Publicity story, Publicize, Publicness, Publish, Publish a manifesto, Puff, Put on report, Put out, Quarter note, Quaver, Recite, Reclame, Recognition, Record, Recount, Rehearse, Relate, Release, Remark, Render, Renown, Rep, Report for duty, Reproach, Reputation, Repute, Research, Responding note, Response, Responsory, Retell, Return a verdict, Returns, Reveal, Review, Romance, Roorback, Rule, Rumble, Rumor, Running commentary, Scandal, Scrutinize, Scuttlebutt, Semibreve, Semiquaver, Send, Send word, Sentence, Serve notice, Set forth, Shaped note, Share, Share with, Sharp, Shot, Sidelight, Sign in, Signal, Sixteenth note, Sixty-fourth note, Small talk, Speak, Speech, Spiccato, Spotlight, Staccato, State, Statement, Storify, Story, Study, Surface, Sustained note, Take to task, Talk, Tally, Task, Tattle, Taunt with, Tax, Tell, Tercet, The bubble reputation, The dope, The goods, The know, The record, The scoop, Thirty-second note, Tidings, Tittle-tattle, Tone, Town talk, Transactions, Transfer, Transmission, Transmit, Triplet, Turn up, Twit, Ukase, Unconfirmed report, Utter a judgment, Verse, Versicle, Version, Vogue, Whisper, Whispering, White book, White paper, Whole note, Word, Write up, Write-up, Yearbook, Bang, Blast, Crack, Pop, Shot, Gunshot, Account, Review, Record, Description, Exposition, Statement, Delineation, Reputation, Repute, Regard, Character, Name, Standing, Stature, News, Information, Word, Intelligence, Intimation, Present oneself, Arrive, Appear, Turn up, Clock in, Sign in, Announce, Describe, Give an account of, Tell of, Detail, Delineate, Outline

How to use Report in a sentence?

  1. The chairmans annual report.
  2. The appointee will report to the chairman of the committee.
  3. He was given three days to say goodbye to his family and report for active duty.
  4. Reports were circulating that the chairman was about to resign.
  5. All of his reports are twenty-somethings with no concept of proper attire for work.
  6. All our horses are very gentle and are accustomed to hearing the report of a .22.
  7. I had to finish the report before Monday because it was due and if I didnt turn it in, I would be fired.
  8. The representative reported a decline in milk and meat production.
  9. When driving to something important if someone hits your cars bumper it can be tempting to brush it off and keep going, but it is important to contact your insurance company and file a report anyway.
  10. According to the new quarterly report , we spent over $2 million in travel expenses last quarter, so we need to stop flying first class.

Meaning of Report & Report Definition