To serve as master of ceremonies of: emcee a variety show. (verb-transitive)
To act as master of ceremonies. (verb-intransitive)
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Use "emcee" in a sentence
"A conjunto (combo), the more contemporary musical group with amplifiers, electric guitars, singer and emcee, is setting up just as the band packs up."
"As I said, my first time reading outside the safe environs of Caferati (I'm not counting Kala Ghoda because there I was in emcee mode, which I'm used to; couldn't see the audience, which always helps; and besides, there was a large and supportive Caferati turnout), so I'm afraid the evening went by in too much of a blur for me to be able to add much more than this."
"Faith, you're hip-hop's savior - the female emcee is finally back."