debriefing debriefing  /dɪb ˈri fɪŋ/


  • (n) report of a mission or task


  1. The nature of the debriefing will depend on the individual hostages and the circumstances of their release.
  2. The crew went off to a debriefing.
  3. After debriefing, the crew will be transported to Whidbey Island Naval Air Station in Washington State to be reunited with family and friends.


  • Pryor, others focus on blacks’ concerns

    Saying that as an Arkansan he felt a “special burden” to address civil-rights issues, Sen. Mark Pryor on Friday held a “debriefing conference call” with Arkansas reporters to discuss interviews he and other Democratic senators gave to black journalists the previous day.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

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  1. "Debriefing is under way to clarify all aspects of the disappearance and loss of signal from this vessel," Serdyukov said. "In the coming hours we will explain what happened with it, why communications with it were lost, why it changed its...
    on Aug 17, 2009 By: Anatoly Serdyukov Source: AFP

  2. "I'm shocked at this decision and very disappointed," Kansas Senator Sam Brownback stated. "I'll be calling upon the Secretary of Defense for a full debriefing and expect there will be a protest of the award by Boeing. I also expect Congress...
    on Feb 29, 2008 By: Sam Brownback Source: KSNT

  3. "After more than 18 months, the WMD investigation and debriefing of the WMD-related detainees has been exhausted," Mr Duelfer, head of the Iraq Survey Group (ISG), wrote in a 92-page addendum to the report issued in October.
    on Apr 25, 2005 By: Charles Duelfer Source: BBC News

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