Definition of cohost in English:

cohost

Syllabification: co·host
Pronunciation: /ˈkōˌhōst
 
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noun

  • A joint host.
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    • It is still good advice. Last spring Tyson received rave reviews for his stint as cohost on ABC's late night talk show, Jimmy Kimmel Live; and, not surprisingly, rumors of a Mike Tyson reality show are in the air.
    • He remained in Buffalo for some time, working as a correspondent for the Empire Star Weekly, a black community newspaper, and serving as cohost of a local radio program that was canceled after Reed conducted an interview with Malcolm X.
    • The radio station where he was cohost was in downtown Philadelphia.

verb

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  • Act as a joint host.
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    • Prior to hosting Crossfire, he cohosted CNN's Spin Room.
    • The ACS Division of History of Chemistry and the Chemical Heritage Foundation are cohosting a piano concert at Washington Convention Center on Tuesday, August 30, at 5: 30 PM.
    • Smith's most recent gig was cohosting CNET News.com.

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