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emcee

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noun em·cee \ˌem-ˈsē\

Examples of emcee in a sentence

  1. <acted as emcee for the evening's entertainment at the political convention>

Origin and Etymology of emcee

MC


First Known Use: 1930


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emcee

verb em·cee

Definition of emcee

emceed

emceeing

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  to act as master of ceremonies of <emcee an awards dinner>

  3. intransitive verb
  4. :  to act as master of ceremonies

Examples of emcee in a sentence

  1. She agreed to emcee at an awards dinner.

1937

First Known Use of emcee

1937


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emcee

verb em·cee

Definition of emcee for English Language Learners

  • : to be the master of ceremonies for something


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