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American English: /ˈkɑnsərtˌɡoʊər/
British English: /ˈkɒnsətˌɡəʊə/


  • she's a regular concertgoer
    va muy a menudo a conciertos
    as regular concertgoers will know
    como ya sabrá el público aficionado (a los conciertos)
    Example sentences
    • The concert-goers ' enthusiastic reception of their entertaining host left no doubt that Hampson captivates his public, whether he is singing or not.
    • That's enough, surely, for the keenest concert-goer.
    • ‘I am sorry, I cannot do more,’ Pavarotti told concert-goers shortly before 9.30 pm.

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