Definition of master of ceremonies in English:

master of ceremonies

Line breaks: mas¦ter of cere|monies

noun

A person who presides over a formal event or entertainment and who introduces guests, speakers, or entertainers: the Master of Ceremonies will announce the cake-cutting
More example sentences
  • It is a good idea to have someone acting as master of ceremonies and introducing speakers.
  • To add spice to the event, well-known TV personalities were introduced as the masters of ceremonies.
  • One story tells of a committee that did this, telling the master of ceremonies to warn speakers that if they went past the allotted time, they would be mowed down with a sharp bang of the gavel.

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