autocue

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noun au·to·cue \ˈȯ-tō-ˌkyü\

Definition of autocue

plural

autocues

British

  1. :  teleprompter Inside, Murdoch stood at a lectern where he relied on an autocue to deliver his 13-minute introductory speech. — Guy Adams, The Independent (London), 22 Oct. 2011

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Circa 1953

First Known Use of autocue

circa 1953


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