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EtymologyEdit

From Middle High German sprecher, sprechære, from Old High German sprechāri, sprehhāri (also as sprāchāri, sprāhhāri), an alteration (with change of suffix) of Old High German sprecho, sprehho, from Proto-Germanic *sprekô (speaker), equivalent to sprechen +‎ -er. Compare English speaker.

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  • IPA(key): /ˈʃpʀɛçɐ/
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Sprecher m (genitive Sprechers, plural Sprecher, female Sprecherin)

  1. speaker (one who speaks), narrator (one who narrates), talker (one who talks), announcer (one who announces)
  2. spokesman, (male) spokesperson, representative, leader

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Sprecher m (plural Sprecher, feminine Sprecherin)

  1. speaker

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