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newscaster
American English: /ˈn(j)uzˌkæstər/
British English: /ˈnjuːzkɑːstə/

Translation of newscaster in Spanish:

noun

  • locutor, (-tora) (masculine, feminine)
    presentador, (-dora) (masculine, feminine)
    (de un informativo)
    Example sentences
    • News was consequential in the early days of ITN, and when they read it they meant it - newscasters made the news happen.
    • When you hear a promo for a nutrition story on the local news, the newscaster will likely claim that new research has found that an ordinary food will save your life or kill you.
    • And, yes, television newscasters now end their news bulletin with Allah Hafiz, invariably on the state-owned TV channel but also on other channels.

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