Definition of "interviewing" [in•ter•view•ing]

  • Present participle of interview. (verb)

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Use "interviewing" in a sentence
  • "But for the most part, people in New Hampshire take such pride in what they call the interviewing process for the rest of the country, they say, you know, whatever it takes in order to maintain that first-in-the-nation primary status, we'll do it."
  • "Second, you're admitting that you are inexperienced in interviewing and negotiating."
  • "The Mets will begin interviewing candidates next week for their vacant general manager position, and of the four they'll meet with, here's the advantage Rick Hahn has: He hasn't been a GM yet."
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