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n. master of ceremonies, marshal, emcee
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How is 司仪 (sīyí) typically used in conversations?
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司仪 (sīyí) is typically used to refer to a person who is in charge of hosting an event or ceremony. It is often used in the context of a wedding, where the 司仪 (sīyí) is responsible for introducing the bride and groom, introducing the guests, and keeping the ceremony running smoothly. It can also be used to refer to a person who is in charge of hosting a conference, a show, or any other event.
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