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debrief
American English: /diˈbrif/
British English: /diːˈbriːf/

transitive verb

  • he was debriefed by his captain, his captain debriefed him
    rindió informe or dio parte de su misión al capitán
    Example sentences
    • Once we returned to base camp, we handed any contraband or detainees over to the S2 and debriefed our soldiers, especially those on the assault force.
    • I proceeded to the tactical operations center and debriefed Lancer 6 as my men refueled and rearmed.
    • Every soldier in the patrol knew his mission and post-patrol debriefings began to yield better intelligence because soldiers knew ahead of time what indicators to look for.

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