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anchorman
American English: /ˈæŋkərˌmæn/
British English: /ˈaŋkəmən/

Translation of anchorman in Spanish:

noun plural -men Pronunciation: / -men /

  • 1.1 (Television)
    Example sentences
    • Carrey's primary goal is to become the new anchorman at the station.
    • At the age of 21, he became the youngest ever anchorman in regional television.
    • High-definition TV means watching a picture so sharp you can count the hairs on an anchorman's nose.
    1.2 (Sport)
    (última persona de un equipo en competir, particularmente en carreras de relevos)
    (in tug-of-war) (competidor colocado en uno de los extremos)
    Example sentences
    • Weber, the anchorman of this immortal team, was the essence of unmuscled execution.
    • The anchorman on Coach McDonnell's team was South African, Alistair Cragg, who holds dual Irish citizenship and ran for Ireland in the World Cross-country Championships in Croatia last December.
    • As for complaining about aches and pains, ‘She doesn't do it more than anyone else,’ says Sam Norwood, anchorman on Talley's team.

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