Definition of 'viewer'
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Little wonder this series is winning more than ten million viewers a week. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It needs four or five million viewers. The Sun (2016)An average of one million viewers tuned in to the first series shown earlier this year. The Sun (2016)Last week viewers saw her fighting back tears as a letter from her mum was read out aloud. The Sun (2016)We hope the tendering process will test value for money and ensure we are delivering the very best programmes for viewers. Times, Sunday Times (2016)More than 100 million viewers could watch the showdown. The Sun (2016)More viewers will watch the show done this way, so more will learn about the history of poverty. Times, Sunday Times (2016)So we've been able to pick it up and maintain it on free to air and ensure that viewers can see it for years ahead. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I'm almost like a viewer. The Sun (2016)To lose one in six viewers in one week is a disaster. The Sun (2015)It was seen by around a million viewers. The Sun (2016)Viewers like to focus on a particular stall. The Sun (2010)They want to provoke a dynamic relationship between work and viewer. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Viewers also watch him boozing on the job and partying. The Sun (2015)Viewers see flashbacks of her character using heroin and sleeping around. The Sun (2015)The show was also preceded by an announcement warning viewers that the programme contained flashing images. The Sun (2014)Although what shocks people about a painting tells you more about the viewer than the work. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They measured the energy use of viewers watching scary flicks. The Sun (2012)But the live shows have seen viewers switch off in their millions. The Sun (2012)Other innovations let viewers book programmes to download. The Sun (2010)The show ran for six years and at its height drew more than 18million viewers a week. The Sun (2012)We're all so different and it just comes down to who the viewers like. The Sun (2007)Don't they know he pulls in more than five million viewers a week? The Sun (2014)Naturally, you will need a small viewer to work from while you are painting. Crawshaw's Watercolour Studio (1993)Her poise was clear to millions of TV viewers. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The paintings haven't changed but something in the viewer's mind has. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She smiles,'I hope the viewers see something of themselves in the show. The Sun (2006)We were expecting half a million viewers, but we're getting a million. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But she would like viewers to see more of her character's softer, caring side. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'viewer'
British English: viewer /ˈvjuːə/ NOUN
Viewers are people who watch television.
Nineteen million viewers watch the show every week.
- American English: viewer
- Arabic: مُشَاهِدُ التِلِفِزْيُون
- Brazilian Portuguese: telespectador
- Chinese: 电视观众
- Croatian: gledatelj
- Czech: divák televizní
- Danish: seer
- Dutch: kijker
- European Spanish: telespectador
- Finnish: katsoja
- French: téléspectateur
- German: Zuschauer
- Greek: θεατής
- Italian: telespettatore
- Japanese: 見る人
- Korean: 시청자
- Norwegian: seer
- Polish: (tele)widz
- European Portuguese: telespetador
- Romanian: telespectator
- Russian: зритель
- Spanish: telespectador
- Swedish: åskådare
- Thai: ผู้ดู ผู้ชมเช่น ผู้ชมรายการโทรทัศน์
- Turkish: izleyici
- Ukrainian: глядач
- Vietnamese: người quan sát
Definition of viewer from the Collins English Dictionary
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