locutor

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Noun[edit]

locutor m (plural locutores, feminine locutora, feminine plural locutoras)

  1. announcer; commentator (one who makes announcements or comments on radio or TV)

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin locūtōrem, singular accusative of locūtor, from locūtus, perfect passive participle of loquor, "I speak", "I talk"

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

locutor m ‎(plural locutores)

  1. (media) announcer, newscaster, newsreader, commentator

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