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raconteur
American English: /ˌrɑˌkɑnˈtər/
British English: /ˌrakɒnˈtəː/

Translation of raconteur in Spanish:

noun

  • anecdotista (masculine and feminine)
    he's a good raconteur
    sabe contar anécdotas
    Example sentences
    • Any performers are welcome to share their skills at the open mike session - musicians, dancers, poets, puppeteers, raconteurs and actors.
    • A very sociable man, he had his own chair at his ‘local’ where he was appreciated as a raconteur of amusing and highly-embroidered stories.
    • He was an active and knowledgeable gardener and he remained a highly competitive bridge player and an excellent raconteur of amusing medical reminiscences.

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