give/grant/do interviews

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Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of give/grant/do interviews

:to talk to reporters
  • an actor who has stopped giving/granting/doing interviews

Word by Word Definitions

give play
  1. : to make a present of

  2. : to grant or bestow by formal action

  3. : to accord or yield to another

  1. : capacity or tendency to yield to force or strain : flexibility

  2. : the ability of a material to bend or stretch

grant play
  1. : to consent to carry out for a person : allow fulfillment of

  2. : to permit as a right, privilege, or favor

  3. : to bestow or transfer formally

  1. : the act of granting

  2. : something granted

  3. : a transfer of property by deed or writing

do play
  1. : to bring to pass : carry out

  2. : put

  3. : perform, execute

  1. : fuss, ado

  2. : deed, duty

  3. : a festive get-together : affair, party

  1. : the first tone of the major scale in solfège

interview play interviews
  1. : a formal consultation usually to evaluate qualifications (as of a prospective student or employee)

  2. : a meeting at which information is obtained (as by a reporter, television commentator, or pollster) from a person

  3. : a report or reproduction of information so obtained


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