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What is the French word for interviewee? See deatil.

Asked by flo (12648points) 1 week ago

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https://tinyurl.com/rg5kjjc it’s “interviewé”, on Google transalte or
https://www.wordreference.com/enfr/interviewee (person interviewed by journalist) personne interviewée as in already interviewed. But what about the interviewee who is yet to be to be interviewed?

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marinelife's avatar

For jobs it is candidat.

For Radio/TV it is intvite (accent aigue over the e).

flo's avatar

@marinelife I didn’t specify but I’m looking for the form of the word interview though.

flo's avatar

… I guess it’s just interviewé, and we have to go with the context.

elbanditoroso's avatar

Interlocutor

marinelife's avatar

@flo why do you ask if you only want to argue with the respondents? You do this on almost every thread. In French, it is not a form of the word “interview” in the context you specified: “someone who is yet to be interviewed.”

janbb's avatar

@elbanditoroso That doesn’t look like a French noun to me. In any case, an interlocutor would be the person conducting the interview – not the subject.

elbanditoroso's avatar

@janbb Merriam Webster disagrees with you.

Definition of interlocutor
1: one who takes part in dialogue or conversation

In French:

interlocutrice(feminine)
interlocuteur(masculine)

janbb's avatar

I’m wrong then on the English but as I said, your noun was not the French. Shall we call it a draw?

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