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speaker

noun [C] (FORMAL TALK) 演讲     /ˈspiː.kər/ US  /-kɚ/
a person who gives a speech at a public event 发言者;演讲者 a good public speaker 擅长公开演讲的人 Please join with me in thanking our guest speaker tonight. 请大家和我一起向今晚的特邀演讲人表示感谢。 The Democrats have chosen the Texas state treasurer as the keynote (= most important) speaker at their convention. 民主党人选择了得克萨斯州财政部长作为他们大会上的主要发言人。 Speakers and talkers
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