announcer

  • 1Announcer — An*noun cer, n. One who announces. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 2announcer — index harbinger, informant, informer (a person who provides information), precursor Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3announcer — (n.) 1610s, agent noun from ANNOUNCE (Cf. announce). Radio sense is recorded from 1922 …

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  • 4announcer — [n] media commentator anchorperson, broadcaster, communicator, deejay, disc jockey, DJ, leader of ceremonies, newscaster, reporter, rip and reader*, spieler*, talker, telecaster, veejay*, VJ; concept 348 …

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  • 5announcer — [ə noun′sər] n. a person who announces; specif., one who introduces radio or television programs, identifies the station, reads the news, etc …

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  • 6Announcer — An announcer is a voice actor who works in television, radio or film, usually providing narrations, news updates, station identification, or an introduction of a product in television commercials or a guest on a talk show.Announcers usually read… …

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  • 7announcer — [[t]əna͟ʊnsə(r)[/t]] announcers 1) N COUNT An announcer is someone who introduces programmes on radio or television or who reads the text of a radio or television advertisement. The radio announcer said it was nine o clock... In the commercial an …

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  • 8announcer — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ continuity (BrE), radio, television, TV ▪ The TV announcer warned that trains were running late. ▪ baseball, basketball, sports …

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  • 9announcer — n. a radio; sports announcer * * * [ə naʊnsə] sports announcer a radio …

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  • 10announcer — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. program announcer, broadcaster, telecaster, commentator, sportscaster, weather announcer, weatherman, newscaster, anchor, communicator, disk jockey, DJ*, master of ceremonies, MC, emcee*, moderator, host. II (Roget s 3… …

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  • 11announcer — UK [əˈnaʊnsə(r)] / US [əˈnaʊnsər] noun [countable] Word forms announcer : singular announcer plural announcers someone whose job is to give information about television or radio programmes in between other programmes …

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  • 12announcer — noun the announcer s voice sounds familiar Syn: presenter, anchorman, anchorwoman, anchor, anchorperson; news reader, newscaster, broadcaster; host, master of ceremonies; informal MC, emcee …

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  • 13announcer —   Kala, kalakū.    ♦ Radio announcer, mea ho olaha, leo kala …

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  • 14announcer — teisėjas pranešėjas statusas T sritis Kūno kultūra ir sportas apibrėžtis Teisėjas, turintis reikiamą kvalifikaciją, mokantis įtaigiai ir laiku pranešti varžybų dalyviams ir žiūrovams apie varžybų eigą. Teisėjas pranešėjas taip pat apžvelgia… …

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  • 15announcer — announce ► VERB 1) make a public declaration about. 2) be a sign of: lilies announce the arrival of summer. DERIVATIVES announcer noun. ORIGIN Latin annuntiare, from nuntius messenger …

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  • 16announcer — noun Date: circa 1611 one who announces: as a. a person who introduces television or radio programs, makes commercial announcements, or gives station identification b. a person who describes and comments on the action in a broadcast sports event …

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  • 17announcer — /euh nown seuhr/, n. a person who announces, esp. one who introduces programs, presents news items, reads advertisements, and does other similar assignments over radio or television. [1605 15; 1920 25 in radio use; ANNOUNCE + ER1] * * * …

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  • 18announcer — noun One who makes announcements …

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  • 19announcer — Synonyms and related words: AFTRA, DJ, MC, adviser, ancestor, anchor, anchor man, anchorman, annunciator, antecedent, authority, avant garde, bellman, bellwether, broadcaster, buccinator, buccinator novi temporis, bushwhacker, channel,… …

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  • 20announcer — an|nounc|er [əˈnaunsə US ər] n 1.) someone who reads news or information on the television or radio 2.) someone who gives information to people using a ↑loudspeaker or ↑microphone, especially at an airport or railway station …

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