a woman who anchors a program of news, sports, etc.; anchor.
noun (pl) -women
(sport) the last woman in a team to compete, esp in a relay race
Also called anchor, presenter. (in broadcasting) a woman in a central studio who links up and maintains contact with various outside camera units, reporters, etc
that portion of a harbor or area outside a harbor suitable for anchoring or in which ships are permitted to anchor. a charge for occupying such an area. the act of anchoring or the state of being anchored. that to which anything is fastened. a means of anchoring or making fast. something that can be […]
any of various devices dropped by a chain, cable, or rope to the bottom of a body of water for preventing or restricting the motion of a vessel or other floating object, typically having broad, hooklike arms that bury themselves in the bottom to provide a firm hold. any similar device for holding fast or […]
- Anchored instruction
noun a technology-based learning approach which stresses the importance of placing learning within a meaningful, problem-solving context, esp. the bonding of the content to a realistic and authentic context Examples The primary application of anchored instruction has been to elementary reading, language arts, and mathematics skills.
- Anchored relationship
noun a relationship that develops over time through recurring interaction between people, but is tied to a particular place or a narrow range of activities Examples traditionally anchored relationship of lord and servant