Compered



[kom-pair] /ˈkɒm pɛər/ British

noun
1.
a host, master of ceremonies, or the like, especially of a stage revue or television program.
verb (used with object), compèred, compèring.
2.
to act as compère for:
to compère the new game show.
/ˈkɒmpɛə/
noun
1.
a master of ceremonies who introduces cabaret, television acts, etc
verb
2.
to act as a compere (for)
n.

1738, from French compère “a godfather,” from Old French compere (13c., from Medieval Latin compater) “godfather,” also a friendly greeting, “friend, brother,” hence “fellow, familiar, intimate” (see compadre).

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