Definição de 'spectator'

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There were many more spectators seemingly enjoying the mayhem. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Twenty thousand spectators cheer loudly as they complete a vital clear round. The Sun (2012)We will ensure we leave no stone unturned in ensuring the safety of players and spectators. The Sun (2009)We want a clean game and the spectators deserve that. The Sun (2010)There are so many spectators and fans. Times, Sunday Times (2014)That goes for the thousands of spectators who helped make it a day to remember. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The game is owned by players and by spectators. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Nowhere does the game draw spectators to matches in such consistently high numbers. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But his spectators are not expected to lose too much sleep over the process. Times, Sunday Times (2012)That is when you realise how many spectators there are. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Many players and spectators feared it was a bomb. The Sun (2010)It was not a good look and many spectators laughed. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He rarely seems to get flustered and is clearly popular with players and spectators alike. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Spectators are expected not to stand outside and observe but to enter and be surrounded by shambolic stage sets. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is virtually impossible to know how many spectators paid to get in and how many possessed complimentary tickets. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The barrage from spectators was expected. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We need to make sure what the spectators are watching, they understand. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Spectators watched with respect as batsmen refused to take the easy option of buckling in self-pity. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It'll be a good game for the spectators. The Sun (2011)One of the hardy perennials of the Open has been the attendance of hundreds of thousands of spectators. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He is a mere spectator, watching fragments of his life unfold with a kind of mild curiosity. Times, Sunday Times (2007)As part of the celebration, a formation of fighter jets roared across the sky to the delight of thousands of cheering spectators. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The England goalkeeper has often been a spectator in home games in recent years but here he was undoubtedly man of the match. The Sun (2015)

Tendências de spectator

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Traduções de spectator

Inglês Britânico: spectator /spɛkˈteɪtə/ NOUN
A spectator is someone who watches something, especially a sporting event.
Thirty thousand spectators watched the game.
  • Inglês Americano: spectator
  • Árabe: مُشَاهِد
  • Português Brasileiro: espectador
  • Chinês: 观众
  • Croata: promatrač
  • Tcheco: divák sport
  • Dinamarquês: tilskuer
  • Holandês: toeschouwer
  • Espanhol Europeu: espectador espectáculo
  • Finlandês: katsoja
  • Francês: spectateur
  • Alemão: Zuschauer
  • Grego: θεατής
  • Italiano: spettatore
  • Japonês: 観客
  • Coreano: 관중
  • Norueguês: tilskuer
  • Polonês: widz
  • Português Europeu: espectador
  • Romeno: spectator
  • Russo: зритель
  • Espanhol: espectador
  • Sueco: åskådare
  • Tailandês: ผู้ชม
  • Turco: izleyici
  • Ucraniano: глядач
  • Vietnamita: khán giả


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