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Translation of "speaker" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

speaker

noun [C] (FORMAL TALK) 演講     /ˈspiː.kər/ US  /-kɚ/
a person who gives a speech at a public event 發言者;演講者 a good public speaker 擅長公開演講的人 Please join with me in thanking our guest speaker tonight. 請大家和我一起向今晚的特別演講人表示感謝。 The Democrats have chosen the Texas state treasurer as the keynote (= most important) speaker at their convention. 民主黨員選擇了德州財政部長作爲他們大會上的主要發言人。 Speakers and talkers
(Definition of speaker noun (FORMAL TALK) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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