Definition of prompter in English:

prompter

Syllabification: prompt·er
Pronunciation: /ˈprämptər
 
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noun

  • A person seated out of sight of the audience who supplies a forgotten word or line to an actor during the performance of a play.
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    • This is a live recording, and the prompter, audience, and stage movement all make their presence known.
    • At the last minute, we decided to seat the language coach backstage as a prompter.
    • There are four full-time and two part-time prompters at the Met.

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