Toastmaster Toast"mas`ter, n. A person who presides at a public dinner or banquet, and announces the toasts. [1913 Webster]

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  • Toastmaster — is a general term, prevalent in the United States in the middle 20th century, referring to a person in charge of the proceedings of a public speaking event. The toastmaster is typically charged with organization of the event, arranging the order… …   Wikipedia

  • toastmaster — (or toastmistress) ► NOUN ▪ an official responsible for proposing toasts and making other formal announcements at a large social event …   English terms dictionary

  • toastmaster — [tōst′mas΄tər] n. the person at a banquet who proposes toasts, introduces after dinner speakers, etc …   English World dictionary

  • toastmaster — UK [ˈtəʊstˌmɑːstə(r)] / US [ˈtoʊstˌmæstər] noun [countable] Word forms toastmaster : singular toastmaster plural toastmasters someone who introduces the speakers at a formal meal and is in charge of the toasts …   English dictionary

  • toastmaster — [[t]to͟ʊstmɑːstə(r), mæs [/t]] toastmasters N COUNT At a special ceremony or formal dinner, the toastmaster is the person who proposes toasts and introduces the speakers …   English dictionary

  • toastmaster — noun Date: 1749 one who presides at a banquet and introduces the after dinner speakers …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • toastmaster — /tohst mas teuhr, mah steuhr/, n. 1. a person who presides at a dinner and introduces the after dinner speakers. 2. a person who proposes or announces toasts. [1740 50; TOAST2 + MASTER] * * * …   Universalium

  • toastmaster — noun A person who introduces speakers, and proposes toasts at a formal dinner; a master of ceremonies …   Wiktionary

  • Toastmaster — Toastmeister (Bankett) …   Universal-Lexikon

  • toastmaster — (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. master of ceremonies, emcee, M.C., speaker, host, moderator …   English dictionary for students

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