-public, audience, spectators-
- Nota d'uso
Mentre il sostantivo public significa “pubblico” in senso lato e anche nel senso specifico di “insieme di persone con interessi in comune” (ad es. the reading public, il pubblico dei lettori), non si usa in riferimento al pubblico allo stadio o al teatro, ecc. In questo caso si usa audience (al teatro, al cinema) o spectators, crowd (allo stadio e per lo sport in generale).
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audience — ► NOUN 1) the assembled spectators or listeners at an event. 2) a formal interview with a person in authority. ORIGIN Latin audientia, from audire hear … English terms dictionary
audience — n. interview 1) to give, grant an audience 2) to receive; seek an audience with 3) at an audience group of spectators 4) to attract, draw an audience 5) to electrify, grip, move, stir, sway an audience 6) an appreciative, enthusiastic,… … Combinatory dictionary
audience */*/*/ — UK [ˈɔːdɪəns] / US [ˈɔdɪəns] noun [countable] Word forms audience : singular audience plural audiences 1) a group of people who have come to a place to see or hear a film, performance, speech etc. The people who watch a sports match or other… … English dictionary
audience — au|di|ence [ ɔdiəns ] noun count *** 1. ) a group of people who have come to a place to see or hear a movie, performance, speech, etc. The people who watch a sports match or other large event are usually called spectators or the crowd: Chaplin s… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
audience — noun /ˈɔːdiəns/ a) Hearing; the condition or state of hearing or listening. When he had ended all his sayinges in the audience of the people, he entred into Capernaum. b) A group of people within hearing; specifically a group of people listening… … Wiktionary
audience — noun 1) the audience applauded Syn: spectators, listeners, viewers, onlookers, crowd, throng, gallery, congregation, turnout 2) an audience with the Pope Syn: meeting … Synonyms and antonyms dictionary
audience — refers to spectators, viewers, participants those who serve as a measure of a film s success; although usually audiences are viewed in universal terms, they can also be segmented or categorized (e.g., art film audiences, chick film audiences,… … Glossary of cinematic terms
audience — n. 1 a the assembled listeners or spectators at an event, esp. a stage performance, concert, etc. b the people addressed by a film, book, play, etc. 2 a formal interview with a person in authority. 3 archaic a hearing (give audience to my plea).… … Useful english dictionary
spectators — specÂ·taÂ·tor || spekteÉªtÉ™ /spek teÉªtÉ™ n. observer, one who watches; member of an audience (at a play, sporting event, etc.) … English contemporary dictionary
audience — noun 1》 the assembled spectators or listeners at an event. 2》 the readership of a book, magazine, or newspaper. 3》 a formal interview with a person in authority. Origin ME: from OFr., from L. audientia, from audire hear … English new terms dictionary
young audience — audience made up of children, crowd of children spectators … English contemporary dictionary