- telephone interviewing
- telephone interviewing ˈtelephone ˌinterviewing noun [uncountable]MARKETING a method of market research in which people are telephoned in order to be asked questions about which products they buy, the reasons they buy them etc:
• The study compares face-to-face interviewing with telephone interviewing.
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