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speaker
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
speaker /'spi:kə/
  • danh từ
    • người nói, người diễn thuyết
    • người thuyết minh (phim)
    • (như) loud_speaker
    • Speaker chủ tịch hạ nghị viện (Anh, Mỹ)
Concise Dictionary
speakers'spɪːkə(r)
noun
+someone who expresses in language; someone who talks (especially someone who delivers a public speech or someone especially garrulous)
+electro-acoustic transducer that converts electrical signals into sounds loud enough to be heard at a distance
+the presiding officer of a deliberative assembly

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
orator, lecturer; keynoter; rabble-rouser, demagogue, Colloq tub-thumper, spieler:
It was my function to introduce the speaker.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 a person who gives a talk or makes a speech: Sir David Bellamy was a guest speaker at the conference. + She was a brilliant public speaker. + The Society has an interesting talk by a visiting speaker every month.
2 a person who is or was speaking: I looked around to see who the speaker was. + A speaker conveys information through tone and body language.
3 a person who speaks a particular language: French speakers + native speakers of English
4 (the) Speaker the title of the person whose job is to control the discussions in a parliament: the Speaker of the House of Commons / Representatives
5 the part of a radio or piece of musical or computing equipment that the sound comes out of: a CD player and radio with two ultra-slim speakers
See also - LOUDSPEAKER(also speaker)
+ noun
a piece of equipment, especially part of a radio, cassette player, etc., that changes electrical signals into sound; a similar piece of equipment used in public places for announcing things, playing music, etc: Their names were called over the loudspeaker. + a loudspeaker announcement / van
See also - PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM, TANNOY
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 person who makes a speech

ADJ.

brilliant, good | keynote, main, principal | guest, invited, visiting | public
She's a good public speaker.
| after-dinner

2 person who speaks a particular language

ADJ.

fluent
He's a fluent Arabic speaker.
| mother-tongue, native
a native speaker of English
| non-native | Japanese, Russian, etc.



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