Commentary: INTERVIEW[+event] The formal process of asking someone questions, usually with a journalistic intent. Can also apply to jobs. This will be the most common sense.
I conducted an exclusive interview with Michael Jackson for Time Magazine.
John's job interview took a turn for the worse when he mentioned his felony convictions.
The interview lasted for three hours.
The auditions and interviews took place in the high school gym.
You can listen to the interview with the President if you watch the news tonight.
The transcript of the interview is on page 97.
We asked the King for an interview, but he refused to grant it.
WordNet 2.0 Sense Numbers: 1
Commentary: INTERVIEW[+event] A private conversation. Not specifically concerned with asking questions and gaining information.
After a brief interview with my lawyer, I've decided to plead guilty to the charges.
WordNet 2.0 Sense Numbers: 2
Commentary: Refers clearly to words on paper; usually the transcript of a "question and answer" interview. A physical document.
I handed a copy of the interview to my editor, and he agreed to publish it the next day.
The interview is on page 97.
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