Definition of interviewee
: one who is interviewed
Examples of interviewee in a Sentence
He asked the interviewee some very personal questions.
Recent Examples of interviewee from the Web
The interviewee was a pro-Trump troll — and the president was likely watching the segment.
Rocha noted that a lot of Varga's success comes from his ability to put his interviewee at ease.
Unless identified by their full names, names and other identifying details of interviewees have been changed to protect their privacy.
The boy's fellow interviewees agreed to share with their water Kimmel, which the kid thought would be plenty for the comedian.
And Kelly, or any reporter, would be a nincompoop for not assuming that an interviewee has a tape of their session, even if surreptitiously recorded.
But interviewees both famous and obscure are united by their monkey-love in this humble but enjoyable production, which may do well in one-off bookings but would make the most sense as a bonus feature in a Kong video box set.
Many of our interviewees, including executives from leading real estate and development companies in China, Singapore and Hong Kong, seemed complacent about the looming crisis.
Interviewees who participated in the video are highly doubtful the corridor will do anything more than leave them excluded from the economic energy the new boulevard will supposedly unleash.
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Definition of interviewee for English Language Learners
: a person who is interviewed
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