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  • 1reported — index alleged, documentary, narrative, public (known), putative, stated Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton …

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  • 2reported — 1812, pp. adj. from REPORT (Cf. report). Related: Reportedly …

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  • 3Reported — Report Re*port (r? p?rt ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Reported}; p. pr. & vb. n. Reporting.] [F. reporter to carry back, carry (cf. rapporter; see {Rapport}), L. reportare to bear or bring back; pref. re re + portare to bear or bring. See {Port}… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 4reported — adjective made known or told about; especially presented in a formal account (Freq. 2) his reported opinion the reported findings • Ant: ↑unreported • Similar to: ↑according, ↑notifiable, ↑ …

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  • 5reported — adj. (cannot stand alone) 1) reported to + inf. (they were reported to be safe) 2) reported that + clause (it was reporteded that they were safe) * * * [rɪ pɔːtɪd] reported that + clause (it was reporteded that they were safe) (cannot stand… …

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  • 6Reported — Infobox Album | Name = Reported Type = EP Artist = Dive Released = 1996 Recorded = 1996 Genre = Industrial Length = 33:29 Label = Daft Records (CD)/Ant Zen (MLP) Producer = Dirk Ivens (original track) Reviews = Last album = Night Shadows (1996)… …

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  • 7reported — See reputed. See reputed, reported …

    Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • 8reported — adj. Reported is used with these nouns: ↑case, ↑earnings, ↑incidence, ↑incident, ↑income, ↑instance, ↑profit, ↑side effect, ↑sighting, ↑speech …

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  • 9reported — un·reported; …

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  • 10reported — Synonyms and related words: accessible, affirmed, afloat, announced, bandied about, broadcast, brought to notice, bruited about, circulated, common knowledge, common property, current, declared, diffused, disseminated, distributed, going about,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 11reported — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. stated, recited, recounted, narrated, described, set forth, announced, broadcast, rumored, reputed, noted, expressed, proclaimed, made known, according to rumor, revealed, communicated, disclosed, imparted, divulged,… …

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  • 12reported — re·port || rɪ pÉ”rt / pɔːt n. detailed account of an occurrence or situation; rumor or story that is widely known; sound of a gunshot v. give an account, provide a detailed statement about an occurrence or situation; tell, inform; present… …

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  • 13reported clause — reported clauses N COUNT A reported clause is a subordinate clause that indicates what someone said or thought. For example, in She said that she was hungry , she was hungry is a reported clause. [BRIT] …

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  • 14reported question — reported questions N COUNT A reported question is a question which is reported using a clause beginning with a word such as why or whether , as in I asked her why she d done it . [BRIT] Syn: indirect question …

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  • 15reported speech — or indirect speech, is the reporting of what someone has said with a ‘reporting’ verb such as said, replied, cried, etc. In reported speech, the actual words spoken are usually changed with regard to the subject and tense of the verb to suit the… …

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  • 16reported speech — noun Indirect speech • • • Main Entry: ↑report * * * reˌported ˈspeech [reported speech] (also ˌindirect ˈspeech) …

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  • 17reported speech — ► NOUN ▪ a speaker s words reported in a subordinate clause, with the required changes of person and tense (e.g. he said that he would go, based on I will go). Contrasted with DIRECT SPEECH(Cf. ↑direct speech) …

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  • 18reported verses — plural noun (Fr vers rapportés) verses that combine a number of parallel sentences by collocation of corresponding parts, such as Sidney s ‘Virtue, beauty, and speech did strike, wound, charm, My heart, eyes, ears, with wonder, love, delight’ • • …

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  • 19Reported Military Losses during the Invasion of Cyprus (1974) — Infobox War caption= conflict=Turkish Invasion of Cyprus date= July August 1974 place=Cyprus result=Partition of the Republic of Cyprus combatant1= flagicon|Turkey|size=99999x40px Turkey combatant2= flagicon|Cyprus|size=99999x40px + commander1=… …

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  • 20reported visual sensation — (RVS)    A term introduced in or shortly before 1960 by the American military research psychologists Thomas I. Myers and Donald B. Murphy in an attempt to operationalize what is actually measured in studies of visual hallucinations and visual… …

    Dictionary of Hallucinations