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emcee

noun em·cee \ ˌem-ˈsē \
Updated on: 13 Dec 2017

Definition of emcee

Examples of emcee in a Sentence

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

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Origin and Etymology of emcee

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emcee

verb

Definition of emcee

emceed; emceeing
transitive verb
: to act as master of ceremonies of
  • emcee an awards dinner
intransitive verb
: to act as master of ceremonies

Examples of emcee in a Sentence

  1. She agreed to emcee at an awards dinner.

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First Known Use of emcee

1937


EMCEE Defined for English Language Learners

emcee

verb

Definition of emcee for English Language Learners

  • : to be the master of ceremonies for something



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