Examples of commentate in a Sentence
He will be commentating on tomorrow night's game.
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Cavnar earned stints at CSTV (now CBS Sports Network) as a college football sideline reporter, at WJRT in Flint, Michigan, and ESPN commentating on cheerleading championships.
Yes, after being retired for three years, happily settled into full-time motherhood with an occasional gig commentating for ESPN and Pac-12 Network, Lawrie-Locke is making a comeback.
From covering Super Bowls to co-commentating The Bachelor Winter Games with Chris Harrison, Hannah Storm has done it all.
Crowned world champion in 1982, the eighth-dan judoka today spends her time coaching and commentating around the world.
To then commentate World Cups and not be a part of it, that was a much greater pool of races for me.
Just save the audio of the camera operators during the show's intense moments, and have McKinnon on to commentate and host.
Gifford was a successful football player for the New York Giants and later commentated for ABC.
Meanwhile, Weir will be at the Olympics too this year, commentating for NBC’s primetime figure skating coverage alongside fellow Olympian Tara Lipinski.
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COMMENTATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of commentate for English Language Learners
: to provide a description on a radio or television program of an event (such as a sports contest) as it is happening
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