or co·an·chor (kō-ăng′kər)
Either of two news commentators jointly narrating or coordinating a newscast.
v. co-an·chored, co-an·chor·ing, co-an·chors or co·an·chored or co·an·chor·ing or co·an·chors
To narrate or coordinate a newscast with another person.
To narrate or coordinate (a newscast) with another person.
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to be one of the copresenters of (a television news programme)
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(koʊˈæŋ kər)

v. -chored, -chor•ing,
n. v.t., v.i.
1. (of a broadcast) to anchor jointly with another.
2. a person who coanchors.
co•an′chor•ship`, n.
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