Meaning of interviewer in English:


Pronunciation /ˈɪntəvjuːə/

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  • A person who interviews someone, especially as a job.

    ‘she took time to answer questions from radio interviewers’
    • ‘Any themes brought up by respondents were explored by the interviewer.’
    • ‘They also talked with former interviewers to solicit feedback.’
    • ‘She hated hearing him tell interviewers all about the inner thoughts of the man she had dreamed up all on her own.’
    • ‘Answering the unseen interviewer, three peasant women reply, matter-of-factly, yet smiling, "I'm not sure what happiness means."’
    • ‘An interviewer in Rome once asked me who was my favorite movie director.’
    • ‘Using this flashback format, both lead characters are separately questioned in the present by an off-screen interviewer.’
    • ‘That seemingly curious response to the interviewer's question turns out to be perfectly accurate.’
    • ‘Using a tag team of interviewers on camera in this way produces an undertone of comedy.’
    • ‘He asked interviewers not to publish these events during his lifetime.’