Examples of debrief in a Sentence
Police debriefed the hostages upon their return.
The pilot was debriefed after his flight.
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No family members or friends of the three freed Americans were on hand for their arrival Thursday due to protocol reasons, an official told CNN, adding the men had to first debrief intelligence officials before heading to their homes.
And the fact that Pompeo has debriefed the president, and the president is going forward with this summit meeting, with all the political risks associated with it.
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DEBRIEF Defined for English Language Learners
: to officially question (someone) about a job that has been done or about an experience
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