- Blend of media and photogenic (Wiktionary)
“I just think that if we used the same yardstick for our political spokespeople - "mediagenic" -- oof!”
“So I'm defending the word mediagenic, and I think it's very possible to be classy, talented AND good with the media.”
“And so, though I didn't say it before, having someone who is "mediagenic" would be a good idea, too.”
“Its 'mediagenic' Rhodes Scholar president has become a poster boy for COIN enthusiasts, including influential neo-conservatives who two weeks ago featured Nagl at the kick - off of their newest think-tank, the Foreign Policy Initiative (FPI).”
“And NBC couldn't have gotten a more mediagenic winning jockey.”
“Tuesday, the NFL announced Brett Favre's Vikings (vs. Arizona) will replace the originally scheduled mediagenic New England vs. very respectable Miami in primetime Dec. 6 — hardly a move that simply saves NBC from a dud.”
“There's also a mediagenic subplot in Favre's replacement, Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers.”
“Give me classy and talented over mediagenic any day.”
“Classy, talented, AND mediagenic - those are not mutually exclusive qualities.”
“First, mediagenic skier Lindsey Vonn suggested a shin bruise would keep her from competing.”
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Words only (I left out the expressions) from Geza Kerenyi's EN-HU interpreters' dictionary. Most of them pose some difficulty when interpreted between HU and EN in either or both directions.
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