verb (used with object), com·men·tat·ed, com·men·tat·ing.
verb (used without object), com·men·tat·ed, com·men·tat·ing.
Origin of commentate
Examples from the Web for commentate
What happens when a British guy who knows nothing about baseball tries to commentate a baseball game?Viral Video of the Day: Bad British MLB Commentary|Alex Chancey, Ben Teitelbaum|May 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for commentate
Word Origin and History for commentate
1794, "to comment," back-formation from commentator. Meaning "to deliver commentary" is attested from 1939 (implied in commentating). Related: Commentated; commentating.