Definición de spectator en inglés:

spectator

Saltos de línea: spec|ta¦tor
Pronunciación: /spɛkˈteɪtə
 
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sustantivo

A person who watches at a show, game, or other event: around fifteen thousand spectators came to watch the thrills and spills
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • These have every appearance of being intended for the use of spectators watching sporting events.
  • She was a spectator, a spectator watching her life break apart before her eyes.
  • Most of the spectators were gathered watching his game, and I was glad that they could not see the dilemma I was in.
Sinónimos

Origen

late 16th century: from French spectateur or Latin spectator, from spectare 'gaze at, observe' (see spectacle).

Derivativos

spectatorial

Pronunciación: /-təˈtɔːrɪəl/
adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • We must question, however, the actual usefulness of such a characterization of spectatorial submission to the visual image of film.
  • The dancers no longer performed for the spectatorial look but rather, engaged with the crowd in immediate exchange.
  • He takes a protective but also frankly spectatorial interest in the lives of his tenants, following their dramas with the fascination of a soap opera addict.

spectatorship

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Does ‘our culture of spectatorship neutralise the moral force of photographs of atrocities’?
  • This form of spectatorship contrasts sharply with the interactive performances found in rural villages where most of these maskers normally appear.
  • Within the context of this film, which wilfully denies many of the conventional pleasures of cinema spectatorship, such moments are genuinely transcendent.

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adjective
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