Definition of 'compere'
Example sentences containing 'compere'
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We sit down for dinner and a compere tells us how it will all work. Times, Sunday Times (2014)For consistency and polish it was the compere's night. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I did package shows there with friends - three acts and a compere for a fiver. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Miss Mindy, the evening's compère and the club manager, went for the make-up as armour approach. JUST BETWEEN US (2002)
Trends of 'compere'
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Translations for 'compere'
British English: compere /ˈkɒmpɛə/ NOUN
A compere is the person who introduces the people taking part in a radio or television show or a live show.
- American English: master of ceremonies
- Arabic: مُقَدِّم بَرَامِج
- Brazilian Portuguese: mestre de cerimônias
- Chinese: 主持人
- Croatian: voditelj kroz program
- Czech: konferenciér
- Danish: studievært
- Dutch: conferencier
- European Spanish: presentador presentador
- Finnish: juontaja
- French: animateur
- German: Conférencier
- Greek: κομπέρ
- Italian: presentatore
- Japanese: 司会者
- Korean: 사회자
- Norwegian: programvert
- Polish: konferansjer
- European Portuguese: mestre de cerimónias
- Romanian: prezentator
- Russian: конферансье
- Spanish: animador
- Swedish: konferencier
- Thai: คนแนะนำละคร
- Turkish: sunucu oyun, film, gösteri
- Ukrainian: конферансьє
- Vietnamese: người giới thiệu chương trình
Definition of compere from the Collins English Dictionary
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