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make a commentary on

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serve as a commentator, as in sportscasting

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Brent Pope, below, will commentate on the Winter Olympics' ice hockey competitions
Motty doesn't so much commentate as give the viewer a free eye-test.
If mankind has avoided wiping itself out by then, hopefully Nick Faldo will still be around to commentate on it.
I've been lucky to commentate on many scores like that.
I commentated on my first ever England international there against Wales, when Trevor Francis, who I now commentate with, got the winner.
The Australian fought off strong competition from the BBC's football commentator John Motson and Richie Benaud, who commentates for Channel 4's cricket broadcast.
GLORY Ricky with Liam, Noel and his cornermen after victory; BIG FAN David Beckham cheered Ricky; PUNDIT Lennox Lewis commentates at ringside; HOLLYWOOD Stars Jason Statham and Sylvester Stallone watch; FATTON Hatton enters ring wearing his 'fat' suit
The worst offender of any sport is Mike Hallett, who commentates on snooker for Sky.
The man is a legend and after he commentates on his last live TV game on Sunday will be sorely missed.
Sure enough that doom-laden day happens tomorrow when some token bird commentates on Fulham v Blackburn.
Paddy Power, no relation to Girl Power, go 16-1 that today's Fulham game is the last that blonde cutie Jacqui Oatley (above) ever commentates on for BBC TV.
There are so many girlie things she can commentate on, like women's tennis (which wouldn't exist but for male libido), curling, heating rollers, painting nails and so on, why try to flounce in on footie?