Definition of speech-writer in English:

speech-writer

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noun

  • A person employed to write speeches for others to deliver.
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    • There are presenters and speech-writers who talk, and there are some who just write whatever comes into their heads.
    • Bob Lehrman, a speech-writer for the Democratic Party in the USA, has said that: ‘your theme should be simple enough that it can be expressed in one sentence’.
    • Each of the nine sites will help advance teams, speech-writers, press secretaries and event planners get a fast and free fix on that blinking blip on the campaign radar screen.

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