English version

toastmaster

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtoastmastertoast‧mas‧ter /ˈtəʊstˌmɑːstə $ ˈtoʊstˌmæstər/ noun [countable]  IN CHARGE OFsomeone who introduces the speakers at a formal occasion such as a banquet (=large formal meal)
Examples from the Corpus
toastmasterThere are other benefits from employing a toastmaster.At a large wedding it is useful to have a toastmaster to announce guests on the receiving line.A toastmaster has his own techniques.However, to ensure that proceedings go as you would wish, give the toastmaster instructions in advance, rather than piecemeal later.The toastmaster opens the proceedings and keeps them flowing smoothly.
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