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He has been a great friend and is the one man all commentators look up to. The Sun (2012)The legendary radio commentators from that era enraptured a generation. The Sun (2011)The effect has been obvious and was foretold by many experienced railway commentators. Times, Sunday Times (2011)BBC1 giving us three opening ceremony commentators where one was almost too many. The Sun (2012)The controversy was highlighted by a radio commentator. Times, Sunday Times (2011)As a commentator no one else could give you the same feeling watching a race. Times, Sunday Times (2015)No cricket writer or radio commentator was more industrious and conscientious. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But it will be as a radio commentator that he will be best remembered. Times, Sunday Times (2016)One radio commentator said that the result could be bad news for the competitiveness of the international game. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Political commentators talk to each other a lot on Twitter. Times, Sunday Times (2012)As soon as the interview was broadcast, kitchen commentators chimed in with praise and criticism. Times, Sunday Times (2015)An awardwinning journalist, he has worked as a broadcaster and political commentator. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It's not a future welcomed by many commentators. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Despite a somewhat unexciting personality, he became known as a sober and reliable commentator on the political scene. Times, Sunday Times (2011)There is much political pessimism, and many commentators continue to "blow out the candle at the end of the tunnel". A Channel of Peace (1993)And he said commentators often complained he wore'the same blue shirt' on holiday. The Sun (2013)Also, for all his gifts as a journalist, he makes a lousy political commentator. Times, Sunday Times (2009)As was the Titanic, one cynical commentator pointed out. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And as journalists and commentators have often said, the French elected a man and not a couple. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He was well read and fluent in English and Polish and was a published political commentator and poet in both languages. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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British English: commentator /ˈkɒmənˌteɪtə/ NOUN
A commentator is a broadcaster who gives a commentary on an event.
...a sports commentator.
- American English: commentator
- Arabic: مُعَلِّق
- Brazilian Portuguese: comentarista
- Chinese: 解说员
- Croatian: komentator
- Czech: komentátor
- Danish: kommentator
- Dutch: commentator
- European Spanish: comentarista
- Finnish: selostaja
- French: commentateur
- German: Reporter
- Greek: σχολιαστής
- Italian: commentatore
- Japanese: 解説者
- Korean: 해설자
- Norwegian: kommentator
- Polish: komentator
- European Portuguese: comentador
- Romanian: comentator
- Russian: комментатор
- Spanish: comentarista
- Swedish: kommentator
- Thai: ผู้แสดงความคิดเห็นหรือผู้วิจารณ์
- Turkish: yorumcu
- Ukrainian: коментатор
- Vietnamese: nhà bình luận
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