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press secretary

noun
1.
a person officially responsible for press and public relations for a prominent figure or organization and who often holds press conferences to answer journalists' questions.
Origin of press secretary
1955-1960
First recorded in 1955-60
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  • Within not much more than seconds I was ushered into the press secretary's office.

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  • "The press secretary of your Embassy is due to call for you in a few minutes," he said.

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  • "The press secretary of the Embassy is sore at you," she said.

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  • "I want to see the press secretary," Hall told an attendant in the right department.

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