Examples of podium in a Sentence
the conductor on the podium tonight is one of the leading figures of classical music
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On Tuesday afternoon, the president addressed reporters in the tower's lobby, the first time the presidential seal has ever been on a podium there.
At a performance of Dvorak by the Budapest Festival Orchestra at David Geffen Hall, a percussionist ambled to the front of the podium and from his tuxedo coat magically produced a tiny brass bell, which soon became the focal point of the music.
Mohr complained at that meeting that the application of the rules was unfair, and some people were allowed to make political statements and personal attacks from the podium.
Scaramucci lived up to his reputation as a polished performer at the briefing room podium.
Returning the U.S. to the top of the Gold Cup podium is one of the items on the checklist.
Shortly before Lincoln Riley took the podium to make his first Big 12 media day address as the Oklahoma football coach, the new face of the Sooners’ program received a reality check from the league’s commissioner.
When Sankey took the podium to begin the event, there were at least eight SEC logos within 30 feet of him, either projected on screens or painted on helmets.
This was just one of the tales that Dorrance offered from the podium.
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Origin and Etymology of -podium
PODIUM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of podium for English Language Learners
: a raised platform for a speaker, performer, or the leader of an orchestra
: a stand with a slanted surface that holds a book, notes, etc., for someone who is reading, speaking, or teaching
PODIUM Defined for Kids
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