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com·pere

 (kŏm′pâr′) Chiefly British
n.
The master of ceremonies, as of a television entertainment program or a variety show.
v. com·pered, com·per·ing, com·peres
v.tr.
To serve as master of ceremonies for.
v.intr.
To serve as the master of ceremonies.

[French compère, from Old French, godfather, companion, from Medieval Latin compater : Latin com-, com- + Latin pater, father; see pater.]

compere

(ˈkɒmpɛə) or

compère

n
(Theatre) a master of ceremonies who introduces cabaret, television acts, etc
vb
(Theatre) to act as a compere (for)
[C20: from French, literally: godfather; see compeer, compadre]

com•père

(ˈkɒm pɛər)

n., v. -pèred, -pèr•ing. Brit. n.
1. a host, as of a stage revue or television program.
v.t.
2. to act as compère for.
Also, com′pere.
[1730–40; < French: literally, godfather]

compere


Past participle: compered
Gerund: compering

Imperative
compere
compere
Present
I compere
you compere
he/she/it comperes
we compere
you compere
they compere
Preterite
I compered
you compered
he/she/it compered
we compered
you compered
they compered
Present Continuous
I am compering
you are compering
he/she/it is compering
we are compering
you are compering
they are compering
Present Perfect
I have compered
you have compered
he/she/it has compered
we have compered
you have compered
they have compered
Past Continuous
I was compering
you were compering
he/she/it was compering
we were compering
you were compering
they were compering
Past Perfect
I had compered
you had compered
he/she/it had compered
we had compered
you had compered
they had compered
Future
I will compere
you will compere
he/she/it will compere
we will compere
you will compere
they will compere
Future Perfect
I will have compered
you will have compered
he/she/it will have compered
we will have compered
you will have compered
they will have compered
Future Continuous
I will be compering
you will be compering
he/she/it will be compering
we will be compering
you will be compering
they will be compering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been compering
you have been compering
he/she/it has been compering
we have been compering
you have been compering
they have been compering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been compering
you will have been compering
he/she/it will have been compering
we will have been compering
you will have been compering
they will have been compering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been compering
you had been compering
he/she/it had been compering
we had been compering
you had been compering
they had been compering
Conditional
I would compere
you would compere
he/she/it would compere
we would compere
you would compere
they would compere
Past Conditional
I would have compered
you would have compered
he/she/it would have compered
we would have compered
you would have compered
they would have compered

compere


Past participle: compèred
Gerund: compèring

Imperative
compere
compere
Present
I compere
you compere
he/she/it compères
we compere
you compere
they compere
Preterite
I compèred
you compèred
he/she/it compèred
we compèred
you compèred
they compèred
Present Continuous
I am compèring
you are compèring
he/she/it is compèring
we are compèring
you are compèring
they are compèring
Present Perfect
I have compèred
you have compèred
he/she/it has compèred
we have compèred
you have compèred
they have compèred
Past Continuous
I was compèring
you were compèring
he/she/it was compèring
we were compèring
you were compèring
they were compèring
Past Perfect
I had compèred
you had compèred
he/she/it had compèred
we had compèred
you had compèred
they had compèred
Future
I will compere
you will compere
he/she/it will compere
we will compere
you will compere
they will compere
Future Perfect
I will have compèred
you will have compèred
he/she/it will have compèred
we will have compèred
you will have compèred
they will have compèred
Future Continuous
I will be compèring
you will be compèring
he/she/it will be compèring
we will be compèring
you will be compèring
they will be compèring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been compèring
you have been compèring
he/she/it has been compèring
we have been compèring
you have been compèring
they have been compèring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been compèring
you will have been compèring
he/she/it will have been compèring
we will have been compèring
you will have been compèring
they will have been compèring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been compèring
you had been compèring
he/she/it had been compèring
we had been compèring
you had been compèring
they had been compèring
Conditional
I would compere
you would compere
he/she/it would compere
we would compere
you would compere
they would compere
Past Conditional
I would have compèred
you would have compèred
he/she/it would have compèred
we would have compèred
you would have compèred
they would have compèred
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.compere - British term for someone who introduces television acts or cabarets etc
emcee, master of ceremonies, host - a person who acts as host at formal occasions (makes an introductory speech and introduces other speakers)
Verb1.compere - act as a master of ceremonies
host - be the host of or for; "We hosted 4 couples last night"
Translations
مُقَدِّم بَرَامِجمُقَدِّمُ بَرامِج الحَفَلات
konferenciér
konferencierstudievært
juontaja
voditelj kroz program
司会者
사회자
konferencier
คนแนะนำละคร
người giới thiệu chương trình

compere

compère [ˈkɒmpɛəʳ]
A. Npresentador(a) m/f, animador(a) m/f
B. VT [+ show] → presentar
C. VIactuar de presentador

compère

[ˈkɒmpɛər] nprésentateur/trice m/f, animateur/trice m/f

compère

(Brit)
vt to compère a showbei einer Show der Conférencier sein

compere

[ˈkɒmpɛəʳ]
1. npresentatore/trice
2. vtpresentare

compère

[ˈkɒmpɛəʳ]
1. npresentatore/trice
2. vt (show) → presentare

compère

(ˈkompəː) noun
a person who introduces the different acts and items of an entertainment.

compere

مُقَدِّم بَرَامِج konferenciér studievært Conférencier κομπέρ animador, presentador juontaja animateur voditelj kroz program presentatore 司会者 사회자 conferencier programvert konferansjer mestre de cerimónias, mestre de cerimônias конферансье konferencier คนแนะนำละคร sunucu người giới thiệu chương trình 主持人
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