Definition of co-host in English:

co-host

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noun

A person who hosts an event or broadcast with another or others.
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  • Unable to turn her back on live news, she'll also be popping up on BBC East Midlands Today with her former co-host Dominic Heale.
  • Whilst co-host Roger Finn takes a well-earned week's break, Sally will be trying out a new look for the programme without the use of their usual desk - enabling her to roam the studio and make full use of the varied studio set.
  • ‘I've done work with them before and I thought they were a good group of folks,’ says Carley of the event's co-hosts.

verb

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Host (an event or broadcast) together with another or others.
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  • Holding it all together was Rita Ray, the DJ, musician, authority on afrobeat and World Service presenter who co-hosted the event with Verity Sharp.
  • Paul Kenyon, from BBC ONE's Kenyon Confronts, co-hosted the event and praised the journalistic skill and determination of the prize winners.
  • The programme was co-hosted by Shelagh Fogarty in the studio and Nicky Campbell in Edinburgh talking to Scottish MPs and footballers who have donated shirts.

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