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rapporteur

[ rap-awr-tur; French ra-pawr-tœr ]
/ ˌræp ɔrˈtɜr; French ra pɔrˈtœr /
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noun, plural rap·por·teurs [rap-awr-turz; French ra-pawr-tœr]. /ˌræp ɔrˈtɜrz; French ra pɔrˈtœr/.

a person responsible for compiling reports and presenting them, as to a governing body.

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Origin of rapporteur

1490–1500; <French, derivative of rapporter.See rapport, -eur
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British Dictionary definitions for rapporteur

rapporteur
/ (ˌræpɔːˈtɜː) /

noun

a person appointed by a committee to prepare reports of meetings or carry out an investigation

Word Origin for rapporteur

C18: from French, literally: recorder, reporter
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