interviewee interviewee  /ɪntərvju ˈi/


  • (n) a person who is interviewed


  1. No report of China was ever complete without a mention of Tiananmen; no Chinese interviewee ever had anything positive to say about his or her life.
  2. When I leave, he does perhaps the strangest alpha-male thing of all, something I've never heard an interviewee do.
  3. And then what happens is, when an interviewee is maybe reluctant to really let it come out, you establish the chemistry of confidentiality with these questions.


  • Learn About the FRDCSA 'Weak AI' Project (Video)

    Today's interviewee, Andrew Dougherty, has a Web page that says he is " autodidact mathematician and computer scientist specializing in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Algorithmic Information Theory (AIT). He is the founder of the FRDCSA (Formalized Research Database: Cluster Study & Apply) project, a practical attempt at weak AI aimed primarily at collecting and interrelating existing ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Slashdot


  1. Conservative MP Ann Widdecombe said: "What was their reasoning behind choosing a porn star as an interviewee at all and why was the pre-recorded show then screened? Who sanctioned it? You would think that following the debacle with Jonathan Ross and...
    on Jan 6, 2009 By: Ann Widdecombe Source:

  2. "I've seen the film and parts of it were hilarious," Ms Stein says. "As an interviewee, I have had a lot of mixed feelings about it. I thought about it, I worried about it, and then felt I have to get back to my work. I just have to move on....
    on Oct 23, 2006 By: Linda Stein Source: BBC News

  3. "I dealt with him many times as an interviewee and there were times when you would feel that his punch was a bit heavy," African National Congress spokesperson Smuts Ngonyama said, adding: "but I would always try to punch back...... that is...
    on Mar 2, 2007 By: Jan Smuts Source: Independent Online

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