Translation of announcer in Spanish:

announcer

Pronunciation: /əˈnaʊnsər; əˈnaʊnsə(r)/

n

[Rad] [TV]
  • 1.1 (commentator) (AmE) comentarista (mf) 1.2 (between programs) (BrE) locutor, -tora (m,f) de continuidad
    More example sentences
    • It's usually professional radio and television announcers and reporters that elicit criticism.
    • It is purely bias for radio announcers and talk show hosts to attack anti war protesters.
    • Viewers wrote to say that they no longer felt alone when they had Iris for company, such was the power of television announcers of the time.

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