Definition of 'presenter'
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Do you prefer being a radio presenter to modelling? The Sun (2016)This is why so few presenters say what they really think. The Sun (2017)The great radio presenter is the person who does 10,000. The Sun (2016)His fellow presenters have also shown their disdain for their soon-to-be former colleague. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Singers have won three times, as have actors, presenters and sports stars. The Sun (2016)When the show 's presenter turned to him and asked the name of his band, he realised in a panic that they did not have one. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The songs are just as important as the presenters of this show. The Sun (2014)Are the radio presenters like a big family? The Sun (2015)Why did it take so long for women to be accepted as sports presenters? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Please let wildlife presenters present wildlife programmes. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She is a top presenter and the show will be poorer for her going. The Sun (2011)Can you rearrange each set of letter blocks to spell out the name of a sports presenter? The Sun (2014)If only we had programmes and presenters like that now. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Presumably other presenters on the show have no fixed views about anything. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Good programme and presenter and intelligent information completely spoilt by people thinking we need to have our emotions ramped up by music. Times, Sunday Times (2013)What would you like to do if being an actor and presenter doesn't work out? The Sun (2011)Anyway, his worry is that presenters will become demoralised. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Would like to see more programmes with genuine presenters like Arthur. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He deserves an award for his ability to move between being a comedian, presenter and serious actor. The Sun (2013)I would like to be a radio presenter in the future. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The glam TV presenter and model has always been happy to chews the limelight. The Sun (2012)What expert skill will a bunch of entirely unsuitable actors, presenters and comedians be called upon to master next to pull in the viewers? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Old comedians don't fade away; they become presenters. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Partly this is because the media world isn't only about celebrities and TV presenters and actors. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The TV presenter and model may have been keeping a relatively low profile over the past year but she has still managed to earn a decent crust. The Sun (2014)The model and TV presenter packed his belongings and sent them to his parents' home before changing all the locks. The Sun (2012)Absolute says the presenters will enjoy artistic freedom as they choose the music, tell rock star stories, invite their own guests and jam on air. Times, Sunday Times (2016)CAN anyone tell me why we need so many presenters on TV sport? The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'presenter'
British English: presenter /prɪˈzɛntə/ NOUN
A radio or television presenter is a person who introduces the items in a particular programme.
...a TV presenter.
- American English: host
- Arabic: مُقَدِّم
- Brazilian Portuguese: apresentador
- Chinese: 节目主持人
- Croatian: voditelj
- Czech: moderátor
- Danish: præsentator
- Dutch: presentator
- European Spanish: presentador
- Finnish: juontaja
- French: présentateur
- German: Moderator
- Greek: παρουσιαστής
- Italian: presentatore
- Japanese: プレゼンター
- Korean: 뉴스 캐스터
- Norwegian: programleder
- Polish: prezenter
- European Portuguese: apresentador
- Romanian: prezentator
- Russian: ведущий
- Spanish: presentador
- Swedish: presentatör
- Thai: ผู้นำเสนอ
- Turkish: sunucu radyo, TV
- Ukrainian: ведучий
- Vietnamese: người thuyết trình
Definition of presenter from the Collins English Dictionary
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