report


report
/rɪ'pɔ:t/ noun
1. a statement describing what has happened or describing a state of affairs
to make a report or to present a report or to send in a report on market opportunities in the Far East
The accountants are drafting a report on salary scales.
The sales manager reads all the reports from the sales team.
The chairman has received a report from the insurance company.
the treasurer’s report a document from the honorary treasurer of a society to explain the financial state of the society to its members
2. an official document from a government committee
The government has issued a report on the credit problems of exporters.
They reported for work at the usual time.
verb
1. to make a statement describing something
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The salesforce reported an increased demand for the product.
He reported the damage to the insurance company.
We asked the bank to report on his financial status.
2.
to report to someone to be responsible to or to be under someone
She reports direct to the managing director.
The salesforce reports to the sales director.
3. to publish the results of a company for a period and declare the dividend
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‘…a draft report on changes in the international monetary system’ [Wall Street Journal]
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‘…responsibilities include the production of premium quality business reports’ [Times]
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‘…the research director will manage a team of business analysts monitoring and reporting on the latest development in retail distribution’ [Times]
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‘…the successful candidate will report to the area director for profit responsibility for sales of leading brands’ [Times]

Dictionary of banking and finance. 2015.

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