Translation of listener in Spanish:

listener

Pronunciation: /ˈlɪsnər; ˈlɪsnə(r)/

n

  • 1.1 [Radio] oyente (mf), radioyente (mf), radioescucha (mf)
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    • Will he be able to keep radio listeners tuned in?
    • To those who are avid radio listeners, the programmes have a quality of their own.
    • Talk radio is enjoying a coast-to-coast resurgence with millions of loyal listeners tuning in to their favorite topics.
    1.2 (in conversation) he's a good listener es una persona que sabe escuchar both her listeners were very surprised las dos personas que la escuchaban se sorprendieron mucho
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    • It didn't take long for these guys to fill the room with attentive listeners, or run out of merch.
    • Make sure you have the listener's attention before you start speaking.
    • They engage creatively with the limitations of the audio channel to command the listener's attention.

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