English version

talent scout

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Sport
talent scoutˈtalent scout (also talent-spotter) noun [countable]  DSDLsomeone whose job is to find young people who are very good at sport, music etc
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talent scoutWilson's reputation as a talent scout ensured that she was not out in the cold for long.It was during one of these that he was spotted by a talent scout and signed up by Warner Brothers.A talent scout heard him sing - actually it was at that performance at the Hall.As a bandleader, songwriter, and talent scout, Otis was a real force in the Los Angeles scene.With Simmons handling business matters, Rubin acted as talent scout -- and what talent he found!Krause has always fancied himself a keen talent scout first.
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