1(account)informe (m);(Press)(Rad)(TV)reportaje (m);crónica (f);(piece of news)noticia (f)
there were no reports of casualtiesno se anunciaron víctimas
the latest reports say they have reached the summitthe report of his death upset usI want a report on this by tomorrowthe Hite Reporthave you had any reports about a lion walking the streets of Birmingham?the coroner's report gives the cause of death as asphyxiationit seemed obvious from his report of that meeting that you were trying to focus suspicion on Mr Hirscha report by the Association of University Teachers finds that only 22 per cent of lecturers in our universities are womenthere are unconfirmed reports that two people have been shot in the neighbouring town of LalitpurI always read the foreign reports in The Times/according to a report in the Independent/, he still has control over the remaining shareswith a report on these developments, here's Jim Fish in Belgrade
to give or make or present a report (on sth)presentar un informe (sobre algo)
the committee will be presenting its report this weekthe chief engineer made his report to the captainhe'd probably have written off his loss and made no report (to the police)this happened about an hour after I had made my report to the presidentthe select committee presented its report to the party conferencehis boss will present a report to the disciplinary hearinghe is on his way back to New York to give a report on the possible use of UN peacekeeping troopshe gave this report on the first two days of the ground war against Iraqthe commission was a month late in presenting its reportReport [on] the Motor Industrywhen you get back, write a report on everything that was said and done at the Conferencethe education committee will today publish its report on the supply of teachers for the 1990's
2(Britain)(also school report) boletín (m)or cartilla (f) de notas;(US)(assignment)trabajo (m)
to get a good/bad reportsacar buenas/malas notas
and now she was getting bad school reportsmy daughter got a very good report last term.
there have been reports of riotingthere is a report [that] ...
according to report(s)según se dice
At age fifty-six, Glyn still cut an exotic figure,and according to report, she made an immediate impact on the social sceneaccording to reports, there was an angry scene at the airportaccording to reports, many people were prevented from votingI only know of it [by] reportas report [has] it ...one report [has] it that they have already been freedhis bravery was mentioned in a report to headquartersreports from the front tell of heavy losses
4(reputation)reputación (f);fama (f)
a person of good reportuna persona de buena reputación or fama
5(bang)estallido (m);(shot)disparo (m)
there was a loud reportthe ice gave way with a loud reportthere came a violent report as the lock of the door was shot to piecesI was deafened by the report of a pistol
1(state, make known)
it is reported from Berlin that ...comunican or se informa desde Berlín que ...;nothing to reportsin novedad
what have you to report?"it starts at 7 o'clock," she reportedthey had been called in to clear drains after local /people reported a foul smell/all boats in the race have to report their position dailyto report [that] ...he reported [that] everything was going wellofficials reported that two more ships were apparently heading for Maltamany parents report that their babies cry a lot at hometo report one's [findings]the principal products generated by scientists, their theories, reported findings and experimentsthe Panel on Climate Change, is due to report its findings in Augustto report [progress]he telephoned to report his progresswe'll get in touch tonight and report progressthey reported progress on arms control issuesthe two sides report no progress toward ending the strikethey stopped short of claiming victory, but they did report progress on several frontsPresident Bush today reported progress in the nation's war on drugsJames Baker today reported little progress on the nuclear issue
2(Press)(TV)(Rad)[+event]informar acerca de;informar sobre
only one paper reported his deaththe newspapers reported the latest pop star's views on everything under the sunour correspondent reports from Rome [that] ...
a prisoner is reported [to] have escaped, it is reported [that] a prisoner has escaped
she is reported to be in Italyse dice que está en Italia;he is reported to have said that ...parece que dijo que ...
between forty and fifty people are reported to have died in the fightingthe president is reported to be making good progress in hospitalfighting in the region is reported to be fierceshe was reported to have ordered the murder of her husbandhe is reported [as] saying ...a legal expert is reported as saying the men could face ten to fifteen years in prison if found guiltythe turn out for the poll was reported as [being] very lowthe foreign secretary is reported as saying that force will have to be used if diplomacy fails
4(notify)[+crime]denunciar;dar parte de;[+accident]dar parte de
I reported the theft to the policeI shall have to report thishe reported the theft of his passportshe reported my absence to the bossall accidents must be reported to the policehe reported his father's death to the registrar
13 people were reported killedhubo informes de que murieron 13 personas;to report sb missingdenunciar la desaparición de algn;declarar a algn desaparecido
a French aid worker was reported missing in Beirutshe reported him missing the next day
to report sb (to sb) (for sth)denunciar a algn (a algn) (por algo);he reported her to the Inland Revenue for not paying her taxesla denunció a Hacienda por no pagar impuestos
he was reported for swearing at the refereehis ex-wife reported him to police a few days laterthe Princess was reported for speeding twice on the same road within a weekdon't talk to Captain Jones about it - he'll just report you
reported speechestilo (m) indirecto
1(make report)presentar un informe
the results were foreseen by the Deighton Committee when they reported in 1968to report [on] sthProfessor X reports on his discovery in the next issuea committee was set up to report on the pillhe had to report on the accident to his supervisorIt is my duty under the law to report on these matters to Congressthe committee will report [to] the cabinethe reported to his wife that the trip had gone wellI'll now call at the vicarage and report to you in due coursethe Secretary General reported to the Security Council on the issuewhen he returned from the Summit Meeting the Prime Minister reported to the Cabinet
he reported for the Daily Echo for 40 yearsdurante 40 años fue reportero del "Daily Echo";this is Jim Dale reporting from Chicagoaquí Jim Dale (informando) desde Chicago;to report on sthinformar sobre algo
each morning, we report on the day's top news storiesmany journalists have been refused visas to enter the country to report on political affairsthe programme reported on the lives of the children caught up in the situationthe local paper reported on the visit in some detailHilary Brown reports on developments in the war
when you arrive, report to the receptionistcuando llegue, preséntese en recepción;he has to report to the police every five daystiene que personarse or presentarse en la comisaría cada cinco días
report to me when you are betterto report to one's unitaccording to protocol, he first reported to the Director of the hospital
to report for duty(Mil)presentarse para el servicio
on the first morning in his new job he reported for duty at Jack Starke's office
none of the men had reported for duty
to report sickdarse de baja por enfermedad
he reported fit for work after six weeks' illnessWill Carling yesterday reported fit for Saturday's Test match against Argentinaeleven percent of American Airlines' pilots reported sick yesterday
to report to sb(be responsible to)estar bajo las órdenes de algn;he reports to the marketing directorestá bajo las órdenes del director de márketing;who do you report to?¿quién es tu superior or tu jefe?
she has more than 20 people reporting to herhe reported to a section chief, who reported to a division chief, and so on up the lineyou'll be reporting to Mr Harland.
report card (n)(US)(Educ)boletín (m)or cartilla (f) de notas
the only time I got their attention was when I brought home straight A's on my report cardthe President today issued his report card on the state of the economylast week, the federal government issued its report card on the nation's health
report stage (n)(Britain)(Parl)
the bill has reached or is at the report stagese están debatiendo los informes de las comisiones sobre el proyecto de ley
the row erupted during report stage debate on the Law Reform (Scotland)Bill