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teleprompter

Line breaks: tele|prompt¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈtɛlɪprɒm(p)tə
 
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Definition of teleprompter in English:

noun

North American term for autocue.
Example sentences
  • Both should be able to read smoothly from teleprompters.
  • There's everything here you'd expect to find in a modern television station, cameras, teleprompters, computers.
  • Stepping away from the podium and speaking without the aid of the teleprompter, he said: ‘My grandmother was one of those killed in the concentration camps.’

Words that rhyme with teleprompter

globetrotter

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