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teleprompter

noun tele·prompt·er \ˈte-lə-ˌpräm(p)-tər\

: a machine that helps someone who is speaking to an audience or on television by showing the words that need to be said

Full Definition of TELEPROMPTER

:  a device for displaying prepared text to a speaker or performer

Origin of TELEPROMPTER

from TelePrompTer, a trademark
First Known Use: 1951

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