Noun(1) a close observer; someone who looks at something (such as an exhibition of some kind(2) a woman's pump with medium heel; usually in contrasting colors for toe and heel
(1) For the first time in years I attended a championship match not as a reporter but as a spectator .(2) She was a spectator, a spectator watching her life break apart before her eyes.(3) I watched them like a spectator at a tennis match as the ball went from one court to the other.(4) It was as if my trip had become a movie and I was a spectator watching.(5) In this sense the spectator is doubly positioned as an onlooker outside the text.(6) With both teams willing to play fast open rugby, spectators were treated to a great game.(7) These have every appearance of being intended for the use of spectators watching sporting events.(8) Reports say that thousands of eager spectators are descending on the town in anticipation of the event.(9) We must question, however, the actual usefulness of such a characterization of spectatorial submission to the visual image of film.(10) The driving snow meant that conditions were far from ideal, but a fiery game warmed players and spectators alike.(11) I do not consider that the enjoyment of the game by players or spectators would be lessened.(12) She concedes, though, that her interest in football is as much about the spectators as about the game itself.(13) Her overwhelmingly spectatorial role in the novel makes Maisie a protomodernist figure, whose education takes place not in the schoolroom but in a range of urban sites of entertainment and leisure.(14) Quite a few local enthusiasts and spectators enjoy this event and let's hope the sun shines that day.(15) The spectators had been watching the game, unaware of the crown forces outside the park.(16) The thousands of spectators lining the fairway fell into an awkward silence, all eyes on me.
(1) spectator sport :: chwaraeon i wylwyr
1. watcher ::
2. viewer ::
3. observer ::
4. onlooker ::
5. looker-on ::
6. bystander ::
7. witness ::
8. commentator ::
9. reporter ::
10. monitor ::
Different Formsspectator, spectators
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