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presenter

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Broadcasting
presenterpre‧sent‧er /prɪˈzentə $ -ər/ ●○○ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 British EnglishTCBPRESENT/INTRODUCE A SHOW someone who introduces the different parts of a television or radio show syn host American English 🔊 the presenter of BBC 2‘s ’Newsnight'
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presenterA presenter, after all, knows that a viewer has the visual evidence to check on what is being said.Libby Purves, the radio presenter, has also written several novels.The once boyish, bubbly children's presenter admitted his addiction live on television in front of 2.5 million viewers.Every year they name a new flower after a personality - this year's was television presenter Anne Gregg.I knew that presenters could be expendable.The presenter read the news headlines.
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