Online Google Dictionary

interviewer 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
  1. a person who conducts an interview
  2. An interview is a conversation between two or more people (the interviewer and the interviewee) where questions are asked by the interviewer to obtain information from the interviewee.
  3. (Interviewers) Felicity Caldwell: Felicity was in UgP only a few months, but was abused in every way imaginable. She was hit over the head with chairs, given vulgar remarks and taunted. ...
  4. in the case of oral exams, a person trained and certified by the examination centre that informs the candidates about what to do and communicates with the candidates in the target language during the exam in order to make the candidates perform in a way that their performance can be assessed ...
  5. The person responsible for recruiting participants for a focus group or the person administering a questionnaire to respondents.
  6. bias: when the interviewer influences participantÕs responses. For example, the interviewer might verbally or nonverbally reward the participant for giving responses that support the hypothesis. ...
  7. In the mid-1960s something was revealed in our country. Many people were waging struggles. You were in the struggle. In the Oxford dictionary, for the word famine, the example given is Ethiopia. How does that make you feel as an Ethiopian?
  8. This guy approaches sending initial messages like a full blown job interview. His method of communication typically resembles a list of point form questions and he treats talking to women like buying a car. If he shows up on the first date with a clip board, don’t be surprised.
  9. Have you got your own badge?