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teleprompter

Syllabification: tel·e·promp·ter
Pronunciation: /ˈteləˌpräm(p)tər
 
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Definition of teleprompter in English:

noun

North American
A device used in television and moviemaking to project a speaker’s script out of sight of the audience.
Example sentences
  • George, who admits he still doesn't really know how to read a TelePrompTer, may be one of the few guys left in TV news with some kind of major, high-recognition, national reputation.
  • Almost nobody but a television professional, or a sitting president, can use a TelePrompTer.
  • The resulting changes have been gradual but unmistakable, as five-minute phone shots have given way to in-studio guests, Reuters video feeds and, yes, a TelePrompTer.

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