Rapporteur meaning

răp'ôr-tûr', -tœr'
One who is designated to give a report, as at a meeting.
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(law, politics) A person appointed by a deliberative body to investigate an issue or a situation, and report back to that body.
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A person appointed to prepare reports, studies, etc. as for a committee or conference.
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Origin of rapporteur

  • Middle English raportour judge from Old French raporteur from raporter to bring back rapport
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From French.
    From Wiktionary