Word: debrief

Category: debrief

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Related words: debrief

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Synonyms: debrief

cross-examine, interview, interrogate, question, probe, sound out, examine, grill, pump

Translations: debrief

spanish
interrogar, puesta en común, sesión informativa, interroga


german
Nachbesprechung, Debriefing, Abschlussbesprechung

french
interroger, compte rendu, débriefing, séance bilan, débreffage

italian
debriefing, di debriefing, debriefing del

portuguese
interrogue, interroga, debriefing, desconstrução

dutch
debriefing, ondervraging, nabespreking

russian
Подведение итогов, опрашивать, Инструктаж, Проанализируйте игру, Проанализируйте

norwegian
Gjennomgang, briefing

swedish
utfråga, debriefing

finnish
pyytää raporttia, raportointitiedostoon, jälkipuinti, jälkipuintiprosessin, palautteenanto

danish
debriefing, afhøre, udspørge

czech
Rozprava, Rozprava se

polish
egzaminować, wypytywać

hungarian
kikérdez, dolgozással, feldolgozás során a, feldolgozást nagyrészt

turkish
bilgi almak, bir bilgilendirmeden

greek
απολογιστική ενημέρωση, διεξοδική απολογιστική ενημέρωση

ukrainian
підведення підсумків, підбиття підсумків

albanian
u raportohet, raportohet, duk, prezantimin

bulgarian
разпиташ, разпитат, разговаряме, разговаряме с, докладват пред

belarusian
падвядзенне вынікаў, падсумаванне вынікаў, падвядзенне вынiкаў, падсумаваньне вынікаў, падсумаванне

estonian
Küsitlusel, Nõuab aruannet, arutelust, Arutelu käigus, Küsitluse

lithuanian
Išklauso, Zdać, Zdać pranešimą, Išklauso pranešimas

romanian
interogatoriu, un interogatoriu

slovak
rozprava, diskusia, rozprava sa

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The meaning and "use of": debrief

verb
  • question (someone, typically a soldier or spy) about a completed mission or undertaking.

noun
  • a series of questions about a completed mission or undertaking.

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