Translation of emcee in Spanish:

emcee

Pronunciation: /ˈemˈsiː/
(American English/inglés norteamericano) [colloquial/familiar]

noun/nombre

  • (of program) presentador, (masculine, feminine); (of function) maestro, (masculine, feminine) de ceremonias
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    • There will be an emcee to conduct quizzes and give away prizes and freebies.
    • It was a great evening - the comedians were hilarious (Scott Falconbridge was the emcee, Dana Alexander was one comedian, and Mike Dambra was the headliner).
    • After the obnoxious announcer, who clearly wished he had been bestowed with the honour of actually being counted as a storyteller and not simply the emcee, I was not in a mood most receptive to storytelling.
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    • For reasons that will be explained later, the highlights of 1st Class are the tracks that feature guest emcees.
    • Also, keep your eyes peeled for a super tour headlined by supa emcees De La Soul, as well as a touchdown from Chicago's finest, Common.
    • Hip-hop rose in urban centers, launched by breakdancers and carried forward by emcees, DJs and graffiti artists.

transitive verb/verbo transitivo (emcees, emceeing, emceed)

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo (emcees, emceeing, emceed)

  • ser* el or hacer* de maestro de ceremonias

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