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nar·ra·tor

 (năr′ā′tər, -ə-tər)
n.
1. A person who narrates, such as one who provides off-screen commentary in a documentary.
2.
a. A character in literature, especially a novel or short story, who relates the plot and sometimes plays a role in the story.
b. A character in a fictional movie, play, or similar production who comments on what is happening, often through voice-over.

narrator

(nəˈreɪtə)
n
1. a person who tells a story or gives an account of something
2. (Film) a person who speaks in accompaniment of a film, television programme, etc

nar•ra•tor

(ˈnær eɪ tər, ˈnær ə-, næˈreɪ-)
n.
1. one who tells a story or recounts a series of events, aloud or in writing.
2. one who provides spoken commentary for a film, television program, etc.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.narrator - someone who tells a storynarrator - someone who tells a story    
anecdotist, raconteur - a person skilled in telling anecdotes
fabulist - a person who tells or invents fables
griot - a storyteller in West Africa; perpetuates the oral traditions of a family or village
speaker, talker, verbaliser, verbalizer, utterer - someone who expresses in language; someone who talks (especially someone who delivers a public speech or someone especially garrulous); "the speaker at commencement"; "an utterer of useful maxims"

narrator

noun storyteller, writer, author, reporter, commentator, chronicler, reciter, raconteur Jules, the story's narrator, is an actress in her late thirties.
Translations
راوٍ، قاصٌّراوٍ، مُفَسِّر
vypravěčkomentátor
fortællerkommentator
pripovjedačpripovjedačica
narrátor
sögumaîur
anlatan kimsehikayeciöykücü

narrator

[nəˈreɪtəʳ] N [of story] → narrador(a) m/f; [of documentary] → narrador(a) m/f, comentarista mf

narrator

[nəˈreɪtər] n [story] → narrateur/trice m/f; [documentary] → narrateur/trice m/f
The narrator and central figure is a salesman called Mike → Le narrateur et protagoniste est un représentant nommé Mike.

narrator

nErzähler(in) m(f); first-person narratorIcherzähler(in) m(f); third-person narratorErerzähler(in) m(f)

narrator

[nəˈreɪtəʳ] nnarratore/trice

narrate

(nəˈreit) verb
to tell (a story). He narrated the events of the afternoon.
narˈration noun
narrative (ˈnarətiv) noun
a story. an exciting narrative.
narˈrator noun
1. a person who tells a story.
2. a person who tells you what is happening or explains something in a film.
References in classic literature ?
Such are the scanty details of this most disgraceful expedition; at least, such are all that Captain Bonneville had the patience to collect; for he was so deeply grieved by the failure of his plans, and so indignant at the atrocities related to him, that he turned, with disgust and horror, from the narrators.
The old soothsayer, however, danced with delight; and though he was then, as some narrators suppose, full of sweet wine, he was certainly still fuller of sweet life, and had renounced all weariness.
No," the unfortunate narrator explained - "with a small part of what I had.
If we go by mere facts then the subject is Falk's attempt to get married; in which the narrator of the tale finds himself unexpectedly involved both on its ruthless and its delicate side.
Our dazzling narrator persuaded his hearers that, after this trip, many others still more wonderful would be undertaken.
This faithful but unpretending record of a remarkable adventure is hereby respectfully dedicated by the narrator,
Why no, my dear fellow," said the astonished narrator, shrugging his shoulders.
Over his features played an eager desire to state the amount of his valor in a similar crisis, but the narrator proceeded.
So when morning comes," the narrator resumed after a pause, "the woman gets up and goes down, paying a couple of sous for her bed.
But in spite of the elegant terms and good accent of the narrator, the German language had no success.
It is forty years afterwards that the narrator, now a man of letters in Paris, writes to his old friend, with tidings of Justin and Norine:--
That was the story, and they were as pleased with it as the fair narrator herself.