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commentator (s) (noun), commentators (pl)
1. A person whose job is to analyze and make remarks on sports, competitions, performances, and other events: The weather commentator on TV said that the forecast for the next day would be sunny and warm, but it actually turned out to be windy and cold!
2. Etymology: from Latin commentatus, past participle of commentari, "to consider, to think about, to explain"; from com, "with, together" + mentis, "mind".
Someone who discusses news, weather, sports events, etc.; as, on the TV or radio.
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