Definition of 'press secretary'
Example sentences containing 'press secretary'
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Michelle was going over the draft of yet another campaign speech when the press secretary tugged his sleeve. WALL GAMES (2002)Malone and the Ambassador went out and crossed to the press secretary 's office. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)The press secretary punched the remote-control button as soon as the item finished. WALL GAMES (2002)
It had taken half an hour to locate his press secretary, further exacerbating the President's already stormy mood. CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER (2002)
Translations for 'press secretary'
British English: press secretary NOUN
A government's or political leader's press secretary is someone who is employed by them to give information to the press.
The press secretary told reporters that a majority of one would be sufficient.
Definition of press secretary from the Collins English Dictionary
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