Auditorium - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˌɔːdɪˈtɔːriəm|  American pronunciation of the word auditorium
Brit.  |ɔːdɪˈtɔːrɪəm|  British pronunciation of the word auditorium

noun

- the area of a theater or concert hall where the audience sits

Examples

...will hold the town meeting in the high school auditorium...

They herded the students into the auditorium.

The auditorium is designed to provide easy egress in an emergency.

...even in a crowded auditorium you wouldn't have trouble picking out his earsplitting horselaugh...

...hucksters outside the auditorium selling everything from key chains to life-size cutouts of the rock star...

...a hush fell over the auditorium as the lights went down...

The sign above the auditorium door says, “Maximum occupancy: 500 persons.”

...the respected anthropologist is expected to orate about her latest research findings before a packed auditorium...

Everyone applauded the graduates as they entered the auditorium.

...the auditorium has an auxiliary cooling system used only on particularly sweltering days...

She led the group from the bus to the auditorium.

The auditorium was wired for sound.

Chattering noisily, the crowd began to filter into the auditorium.

The crowd packed the auditorium.

The auditorium has seating for 400.

Word forms

noun
singular: auditorium
plural: auditoriums
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