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prolocutor

noun pro·loc·u·tor \prō-ˈlä-kyə-tər\

Definition of PROLOCUTOR

1
:  one who speaks for another :  spokesman
2
:  presiding officer :  chairman

Examples of PROLOCUTOR

  1. <was chosen as prolocutor of the international colloquium>

Origin of PROLOCUTOR

Middle English, from Latin, from pro- for + locutor speaker, from loqui to speak
First Known Use: 15th century

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