Word: showman

Category: showman

Arts & Entertainment, Hobbies & Leisure, Pets & Animals

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Synonyms: showman

impresario, stage manager, ringmaster, host, master of ceremonies, MC, presenter, emcee, entertainer, performer, virtuoso, promoter

Translations: showman

spanish
empresario, exhibicionista, feriante, showman de


german
schausteller

french
forain

italian
impresario, uomo di spettacolo, mattatore, burattinaio

portuguese
diretor de circo, showman de, expositor

dutch
spullenbaas, impresario, kermisexploitant

russian
антрепренер, балаганщик

norwegian
showmann, moromann, showmannen

swedish
showmanen, underhållare

finnish
showmies, esiintyjä, showmiehen

danish
showmand, Foreviseren, gøgler

czech
podnikatel zábavy, herec, šoumen, showmana

polish
właściciel menażerii widowiska, showmanem, showmana

hungarian
cirkuszi mutatványos, mutatványos, showmanként

turkish
şovmen, bir şovmen, ovmeni

greek
εκθέτης, θεατρώνης, σόουμαν, παρουσιαστής

ukrainian
шоумен

albanian
drejtues shfaqjeje, shfaqësi

bulgarian
рекламаджия, шоумен, артист

belarusian
шоўмэн, шоўмен, шоумен, шоумэн

estonian
programmi juht, showmees, Esiintyjä, väljapaneku korraldaja

croatian
zabavljač, producent, upravnik cirkuske menažerije

lithuanian
žmogus, Parodos organizatoriaus, įspūdingų reginių kūrėjas, šoumenas, vaidinimų rengėjas

latvian
izstādes organizētājs, izstādes, pasākumu vadītājs, šovmenis

macedonian
шоумен, водителот

romanian
om de spectacol, saltimbanc, prezentator

slovenian
zabavljač

slovak
podnikateľ, businessman, obchodník

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The meaning and "use of": showman

noun
  • a person who produces or presents shows as a profession, especially the proprietor, manager, or MC of a circus, fair, or other variety show.

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