[ US /ˈspoʊksmən/ ]
[ UK /spˈə‍ʊksmən/ ]
  1. a male spokesperson
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How To Use spokesman In A Sentence

  • A spokesman said: ‘Snow will continue through the day with a few dry interludes and it will slowly improve by the afternoon with snow turning more showery.’
  • ‘The council operates a priority order for gritting roads and footpaths,’ a spokesman said.
  • A spokesman said: ‘Following a further complaint, visits to the tea room this year established the conditions of the licence had again been broken.’
  • The spokesman made it evident that no compromise was yet in sight.
  • Commodity products make up the bulk of sales, said a company spokesman. Times, Sunday Times
  • The company doesn't anticipate any negative job impact at the Akashi plant, said Jim Dugan, a Caterpillar spokesman. Caterpillar Joins 'Onshoring' Trend
  • The questions were evidently unexpected to the slow-witted spokesman, who instantly found himself tongue-tied.
  • According to a police spokesman, the driver lost control of the vehicle after his tar-laden trailer began fishtailing.
  • Toyota Motor Corp. spokesman Bill Kwong says in an email that Toyota is also designing vehicles with 'front crush boxes, ' which are designed so they can be unbolted after a collision and replaced.
  • The spokesman of the Foreign Ministry announced the news to the reporters.
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