- a person who presents something or someone
- Brit. host (noun)
- An example of a presenter is the person at a conference who welcomes a guest speaker to the stage.
- An example of a presenter is the person displaying a famous piece of jewelry at an antique show.
The definition of a presenter is a person who introduces a person or thing.
- Someone who presents a broadcast programme; a compere or master of ceremonies.
- Someone who presents a thing or person to someone else.
- (computing) A small handheld device used to remotely control a computerised slide show.
- (software) Part of a special GUI software that assumes the functionality of the "middle-man".
present + -er
- Clive Pearse visited the contestants on day two of the challenge to drop a bombshell - after finishing their rooms, they would be required to "present" the rooms "TV presenter style" to the judges.
- Joy Division released their LP Unknown Pleasures in June 1979, establishing them with national music hotshots the New Musical Express (NME) and the late Radio 1 presenter John Peel.
- In addition to rapper Ali G, Baron Cohen also introduced audiences to Borat (a Kazakhstan reporter) and Bruno (a flamboyantly gay Austrian fashion presenter).
- A Cardio Twist workout DVD featuring IDEA fitness presenter Brenda DyGraf, as well as the Thin, Trim and Tasty Meal Plan is included in the price.
- After completing the work, the designers would have to present their rooms to the clients and the judges in their best "TV presenter" manner.