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Synonyms for interview

Synonyms for interview

the questioning of a person (or a conversation in which information is elicited)

a conference (usually with someone important)

conduct an interview in television, newspaper, and radio reporting

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discuss formally with (somebody) for the purpose of an evaluation

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go for an interview in the hope of being hired

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References in classic literature ?
With your permission, I would ask the favor of an interview, as I feel strongly upon the subject, and have certain suggestions which I could only elaborate in a personal conversation.
Magdalen had returned to the house, a little vexed; her interview with Frank having been interrupted by a messenger from Mr.
Magdalen slipped away into the garden to hear Frank's account of the interview with his father.
Could her ladyship decently refuse me an interview with my own niece, while two witnesses were looking on?
Every thing depends on the issue of my interview with Miss Silvester to-morrow.
She was suspiciously brief and reserved in telling me the result of her interview with her sister.
The whole interview between us had hardly lasted more than half an hour--she had not breathed a word, in my presence, to explain the mystery of her evident distress and dismay at the prospect of her marriage, and yet she had contrived to win me over to her side of the question, I neither knew how nor why.
Finally, as the hour for her interview with the count approached, Milady had everything about her darkened, and ordered Kitty to return to her own chamber, and introduce De Wardes whenever he presented himself.
D'Artagnan at the moment of quitting Milady felt only the liveliest regret at the parting; and as they addressed each other in a reciprocally passionate adieu, another interview was arranged for the following week.
The king replied that the words spoken in that interview had borne their fruit, and that he desired another under the same conditions.
The results from students' post-exam interviews, however, did not support the hypothesis.
The interviews with the teachers were very successful because they mentioned some factors such as the role of parents, the environment, and students' ability.
Despite the widespread use of interviews as a selection tool (Graves & Karren, 1996), increasing workplace diversity has created challenges for interviewers and interviewees.
DePodesta also said second interviews with those candidates who aren't eliminated after the first round of interviews might be conducted by telephone, which clearly would save time.
This support includes crime, threat, and critical incident analysis; investigative suggestions; profiles of unknown offenders; interview, persecutive, and trial strategies; major case management; search warrant assistance; and expert testimony.