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an·nounc·er

 (ə-noun′sər)
n.
One that announces, especially a person who introduces programs, reads announcements, or provides commentary on television or radio.
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announcer

(əˈnaʊnsə)
n
(Broadcasting) a person who announces, esp one who reads the news, introduces programmes, etc, on radio or television
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an•nounc•er

(əˈnaʊn sər)

n.
a person who announces, esp. one who introduces programs, reads advertisements, etc., over radio or television.
[1605–15]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.announcer - someone who proclaims a message publiclyannouncer - someone who proclaims a message publicly
communicator - a person who communicates with others
caller - someone who proclaims or summons in a loud voice; "the callers were mothers summoning their children home for dinner"
caller-out, caller - a person who announces the changes of steps during a dance; "you need a fiddler and a caller for country dancing"
muadhdhin, muazzin, muezzin - the Muslim official of a mosque who summons the faithful to prayer from a minaret five times a day
town crier, crier - (formerly) an official who made public announcements
2.announcer - reads news, commercials on radio or televisionannouncer - reads news, commercials on radio or television
broadcaster - someone who broadcasts on radio or television
newscaster - someone who broadcasts the news
radio announcer - an announcer whose voice is broadcast on radio
sports announcer, sports commentator, sportscaster - an announcer who reads sports news or describes sporting events
television announcer, tv announcer - an announcer on television
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announcer

noun presenter, newscaster, reporter, commentator, broadcaster, newsreader, master of ceremonies, anchor man, anchor The radio announcer said it was nine o'clock.
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Translations
مُذيع البَرامِج
hlasatel
studievært
bemondó
òulur, kynnir
napovedovalec
haber spikeri

announcer

[əˈnaʊnsəʳ] N
1. (TV, Rad) → locutor(a) m/f
2. (at airport etc) → el or la que hace anuncios
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announcer

[əˈnaʊnsər] n (on TV, Radio, between programmes)speaker(ine) m/f; (during a programme)présentateur/trice m/f
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

announcer

n (Rad, TV) → Ansager(in) m(f), → Radio-/Fernsehsprecher(in) m(f)
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announcer

[əˈnaʊnsəʳ] n (Radio, TV) (linking programmes) → annunciatore/trice (000) (introducing people) → presentatore/trice
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

announce

(əˈnauns) verb
1. to make known publicly. Mary and John have announced their engagement.
2. to make known the arrival or entrance of. He announced the next singer.
anˈnouncement noun
an important announcement.
anˈnouncer noun
a person who introduces programmes or reads the news on radio or television.
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Tournament announcer and Special Olympics supporter Keenan Rice said the tournament combined with the baseball version scheduled for Jan.
Spectators were reminded by the tournament announcer of Baltacha's achievements, and many rose to their feet to acclaim the late Scot.
Awaiting the winner is a teenage girl whose second name has been a five-syllable, 15-letter nightmare to the tournament announcer - but as a new kid on the block, everyone else's dream.