There are 2 translations of report in Spanish:

report1

Pronunciation: /rɪˈpɔːrt; rɪˈpɔːt/

n

  • 1 countable/numerable 1.1 (account) informe (m); (piece of news) noticia (f); (in newspaper) reportaje (m), crónica (f) reports are coming in of a coup están llegando noticias de un golpe de estado latest reports indicate that … las últimas informaciones indican que …
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    • However one defines its official status, the report is to a considerable degree at variance with the picture of the Communist Party of the United States given by historians of the American left.
    • A good case can be made against foreign aid simply by perusing the official documents and reports published by government lending agencies themselves.
    • Unwanted annual reports and other shareholder documents may also bother you.
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    • She has investigated the events, the media reports and testimony from victims of those attacks.
    • Media reports suggest Eircom does not intend to use the proceeds of any refinancing to repay equity.
    • Media reports at the time described Yeltsin as ‘a brash bear of a man from the Urals brought to Moscow to boost Gorbachev's reform efforts’.
    1.2 (evaluation) informe (m), reporte (m) (Mexico/México) medical report parte (masculine) médico (school) report boletín (m) de calificaciones or notas, libreta (f) de calificaciones (Latin America/América Latina) , reporte (masculine) (Mexico/México) she got a good/bad report tuvo buenas/malas calificaciones or notas annual report memoria (feminine) (anual) official/Government report informe (masculine) oficial/del Gobierno Law Reports (in (United Kingdom/el Reino Unido) ) relación (f) de pleitos y causas, actas (fpl) de procesos 1.3 (school assignment — written) (American English/inglés norteamericano) redacción (feminine) a book report una reseña sobre un libro to give an oral report on sth exponer* or reseñar algo oralmente
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    • Teachers can enter progress reports for each student and print a summary progress report when desired.
    • The teacher completes a report and returns it to the student's school counselor at the end of each grading period.
    • Along the way, I must qualify extreme principles in various ways and then challenge my students with examinations and term paper reports about my lectures.
  • 2 uncountable/no numerable [literary/literario] 2.1 (hearsay) rumor (masculine) report has it o according to report según se dice 2.2 (reputation) of good/evil report de buena/mala reputación or fama
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    • We never get a complete picture of Sayonara, merely a series of lively second-hand reports, which is very much the point - through these she achieves a mythical status.
    • According to recent reports, Attorney General Michael McDowell is examining legal options to tackle this growth industry.
    • It's been two years since we first began to hear reports of a promising new wave stirring in Thailand, a country whose cinematic past is almost completely unknown in the West.

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There are 2 translations of report in Spanish:

report2

vt

  • 1 1.1 (relate, announce) several people reported seeing the tiger varias personas dijeron haber visto al tigre he is reported to own several wells se dice que es dueño de varios pozos de petróleo many companies reported increased profits muchas empresas anunciaron un incremento en sus beneficios 1.2 [Journalism/Periodismo] [reporter/media] informar sobre, reportear (Andes, Mexico/Andes, México) the news was widely reported la noticia fue ampliamente divulgada
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    • Coverage such as the Time article illustrates reflexivity because it not only reported on the event, but it drew attention to the production of the event as news.
    • But news agency AFP reported on Monday that thousands of the League's supporters took to the streets of the capital Dhaka on Monday in protest.
    • An American editor and newspaperman who reported on the Scopes trial, which concerned evolution.
  • 2 2.1 (notify) [accident] informar or dar* parte de; [crime] denunciar, dar* parte de, reportar (Latin America/América Latina) nothing to report nada que informar to report sth to sb dar* parte de algo a algn to report sth stolen/sb missing denunciar or (in Latin America also/en América Latina también) reportar el robo de algo/la desaparición de algn, dar* parte del robo de algo/de la desaparición de algn 2.2 (denounce) to report sb (to sb) denunciar or (in Latin America also/en América Latina también) reportar a algn (a algn) I will report you to the authorities lo denunciaré or (in Latin America also/en América Latina también) lo reportaré a las autoridades
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    • The Communications Authority has called on the general public to make their complaints official by reporting them to the Authority.
    • Garnet was accused of knowing about the plot beforehand and not reporting it to the authorities. he was accused of Jesuitical equivocation.
    • A ferryman to whom they gave a silver 20-shilling piece decided they must be noblemen who were going to fight a duel abroad, and reported them to the authorities.

vi

  • 1 1.1 [Journalism/Periodismo] [reporter] informar Alice Jones reporting from Kabul Alice Jones, desde Kabul she reports for the Post es corresponsal del Post to report on sth informar sobre algo, reportear algo (Andes, Mexico/Andes, México) 1.2 (present report) [committee] presentar un informe
  • 2 2.1 (present oneself) presentarse, reportarse (Latin America/América Latina) Private Wood reporting for duty, sir! soldado Wood se presenta, mi teniente ( or sargento etc) to report sick dar* parte de enfermo report to the reception desk/your supervisor preséntese en recepción/a su supervisor 2.2 (be accountable) [Business/Comercio] to report to sb estar* bajo las órdenes de algn, reportar a algn you will report to the finance director estará bajo las órdenes del director financiero, reportará al director financiero
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    • Seward responds immediately, and reports to Holmwood.
    • Day-to-day activities varied from helping with the telephone and photocopying to reporting to her supervisor about on-going legislative committee hearings and her own bill-analysis research.
    • Analysts and investment bankers now must report to different supervisors, and they must be physically separated.
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    • Finally he simply took refuge in his dressing room and refused to report for his next scene, announcing that he hated his wardrobe.
    • When 100 hopeful young boys report for training camp at the end of the summer, they think they are headed for the usual pre-season good time.
    • Within minutes, firefighters off shift and heading home were calling, reporting in and getting ready to go to work.

Phrasal verbs

report back

verb + adverb/verbo + adverbio
1.1 (return) to report back (to base) regresar a la base 1.2 (give report) to report back (to sb) presentar un informe (a algn)

report out

verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object/verbo + complemento + adverbio, verbo + adverbio + complemento (American English/inglés norteamericano) devolver (un proyecto de ley) acompañado de un informe

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Word of the day tuna
f
prickly pear …
Cultural fact of the day

Did you know that bable (or asturiano) is a variety of Castilian spoken in Asturias? It went into decline when the kingdom of Castile achieved political dominance and imposed Castilian on what became Spain. By the twentieth century it was confined to rural areas. With the revival of Spanish regional languages