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talent scout

n.
An agent who goes in search of talented people to work in a particular field, such as acting, sports, or business.
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talent scout

n
(Theatre) a person whose occupation is the search for talented artists, sportsmen, performers, etc, for engagements as professionals
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tal′ent scout`


n.
a person who searches for people of special aptitude, as in entertainment or sports.
[1935–40]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.talent scout - someone employed to discover and recruit talented persons (especially in the worlds of entertainment or sports)
athletics, sport - an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition
recruiter - someone who supplies members or employees
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Translations

talent scout

ntalent scout m/f inv
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Kate, whose star first sparkled when she was discovered at the age of 14 by a talent scout, swiftly soared into the fashion headlines.
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The singer has turned talent scout and was on the set of the new RTE show at Dublin's Helix yesterday hunting for the best of the best.
A former pupil at Brownhills Community School, Erin found fame when she was spotted by a modelling agency talent scout when she was on a school trip to the BBC Clothes Show Live!
Alexander Beck, 17, was spotted by a talent scout while shopping with pals.
In January this year, Lynsey was spotted in Middlesbrough by a talent scout from Big Break magazine.
Given the music talent scout allegedly wanted a percentage of Leona's earnings when they acrimoniously split up, expect to see some biting slogans on her T-shirts.
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Gemmill, now a talent scout in England for Berti Vogts, took on and beat almost the entire Holland defence before lifting the ball over the keeper.
The 18-year-old was spotted by US talent scout Dave Giella who signed her up for the course.
ALEX MacDONALD hasn't given up hope of getting back into football management, despite taking a job as talent scout for former club Hearts.