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master of ceremoniesnoun [C]

 us   /ˈmæs·tər əv ˈser·əˌmoʊ·niz/ (abbreviation MC)
a person who is in charge of an official event and introduces the speakers or performers
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in Chinese (Simplified) 典礼官, 司仪…
in Chinese (Traditional) 司儀, 儀式主持人…
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