Auditorium

The part of the theatre designed to accommodate the audience. Auditorium can also describe the entire theatre, and has been in use as a word since the 18th century, although there were other words with the same meaning before that. Incidentally, the plural can be either auditoriums or auditoria. Also House.

Auditorium

An auditorium is a room built to enable an audience to hear and watch performances at venues such as theatres. For movie theatres, the number of auditoriums is expressed as the number of screens. == Etymology == The term is taken from Latin (from audītōrium, from audītōrius (`‘pertaining to hearing’”)); the concept is taken from the Gr.....
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Auditorium

(from the article `Villanueva, Carlos Raúl`) Villanueva`s best known works were buildings for the Ciudad Universitaria, Caracas; the Olympic Stadium (1951); the Auditorium (Aula Magna) and ...
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auditorium

[n] - the area of a theater or concert hall where the audience sits
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Auditorium

• (n.) The part of a church, theater, or other public building, assigned to the audience.
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auditorium

noun the area of a theater or concert hall where the audience sits
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Auditorium

[Community of Christ] The Auditorium (formerly the RLDS Auditorium) is a house of worship and office building located on the greater Temple Lot in Independence, Missouri. The Auditorium is part of the headquarters complex of the Community of Christ which also includes the Independence Temple. ==Construction== Construction of the Auditorium ...
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Auditorium

[Torrance High School] The Auditorium, also known as the Assembly Hall, of the Torrance High School is a PWA Moderne building from 1938. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. It is one of four or more Torrance High School buildings listed on the National Register. Others are: ...
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Auditorium

Au`di·to'ri·um noun [ Latin See Auditory , noun ] The part of a church, theater, or other public building, assigned to the audience. » In ancient churches the auditorium was the nave, where hearers stood to be instructed; in monasteries it was an apartment f...
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auditorium

auditorium (s), auditoria (pl) 1. The part of a theater designed to accommodate an audience. 2. A large room to accommodate an audience in a building; such as, a school or theater. 3. A large building for public meetings or performances. 4. Etymology: from Latin auditorium, 'lecture room'; literally, 'a place where something is heard'; neuter......
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auditorium

the area of a theater or hall where the audience sits
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auditorium

the part of a public building where an audience sits, as distinct from the stage, the area on which the performance or other object of the ... [9 related articles]
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Auditorium

The part of the theatre in which the audience sits. Also known as the House.
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Auditorium

The part of the theatre in which the audience sits. Also known as the House.
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Auditorium

The part or area of the theatre where the audience sits to watch a show.
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