Meaning of “presenter” in the English Dictionary

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"presenter" in British English

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presenternoun [ C ]

uk /prɪˈzen.tər/ us /prɪˈzen.t̬ɚ/ UK

B2 someone who introduces a television or radio show:

a news/sports presenter
children's television presenters

More examples

  • Duggan, a TV presenter and one-time journalist, made the announcement last week.
  • She was speaking in her capacity as a novelist, rather than as a television presenter.
  • These charms have earned the television programme's presenter the sobriquet 'the thinking woman's crumpet'.
  • He's one of those sportsmen who reinvent themselves as TV presenters.
  • She criticized the synthetic charm of television presenters.

(Definition of “presenter” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)