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punditnoun [C]

us   /ˈpʌn·dɪt/
a person who knows a lot about a particular subject, or someone who gives opinions in a way that sounds intelligent or wise: Wall Street pundits are divided over whether the economy is slowing down.
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punditnoun [C]

uk   /ˈpʌndɪt/ us   informal POLITICS, ECONOMICS, FINANCE
someone who is an expert on a subject and often speaks or writes about it: The collapse was not predicted by any of the financial pundits.media/football/stock market pundit Since leaving politics he has built a career as a media pundit.
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Translations of “pundit”
in Chinese (Simplified) (某方面的)专家,权威…
in Turkish bilgin, âlim, üstat…
in Russian специалист, эксперт…
in Chinese (Traditional) (某方面的)專家,權威…
in Polish ekspert…
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