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press officer

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Definition of press officer in English:

noun

chiefly British Another term for press agent.
Example sentences
  • The huge media interest in this year's event has meant more work for the press officers.
  • I had to make some phone calls to club press officers.
  • I had a meeting with the press officer at The Tate.

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