English syllables. 2014.
English syllables. 2014.
debrief — [v1] question ask questions, crossexamine, examine, gather intelligence, give the third degree*, grill, interrogate, interview, investigate, probe, put through the wringer*, quiz, work over; concepts 48,53 debrief [v2] silence censor, dummy up*,… … New thesaurus
Debrief — De*brief , v. to interrogate (a person) who has recently experienced an event, to obtain information about that experience; used especially of military pilots or diplomatic agents who have just returned from a mission. [PJC] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
debrief — obtain information (from someone) at the end of a mission, 1945, from DE (Cf. de ) + BRIEF (Cf. brief) (v.) … Etymology dictionary
debrief — ► VERB ▪ question in detail about a completed mission. DERIVATIVES debriefing noun … English terms dictionary
debrief — [dē brēf′] vt. [ DE + BRIEF] to receive information from (a pilot, emissary, etc.) concerning a flight or mission just completed and, often, to instruct as to restrictions in making this information public debriefing n … English World dictionary
debrief — UK [diːˈbriːf] / US [dɪˈbrɪf] verb [transitive] Word forms debrief : present tense I/you/we/they debrief he/she/it debriefs present participle debriefing past tense debriefed past participle debriefed to get information from someone who has just… … English dictionary
debrief — transitive verb Date: 1945 1. to interrogate (as a pilot) usually upon return (as from a mission) in order to obtain useful information 2. to carefully review upon completion < debrief the flight > … New Collegiate Dictionary
debrief — debriefer, n. debriefing, n. /dee breef /, v.t. 1. to interrogate (a soldier, astronaut, diplomat, etc.) on return from a mission in order to assess the conduct and results of the mission. 2. to question formally and systematically in order to… … Universalium
debrief — verb Debrief is used with these nouns as the object: ↑participant … Collocations dictionary
debrief — verb a) To question someone after a military mission in order to obtain intelligence. b) To question someone, or a group of people, after the implementation of a project in order to learn from mistakes etc … Wiktionary
debrief — Synonyms and related words: break up, brief, deactivate, demob, demobilize, detach, disband, discharge, disintegrate, dismiss, disorganize, disperse, dissolve, give a briefing, go separate ways, let go, muster out, part, part company, release,… … Moby Thesaurus