amphitheatre

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الإنجليزية - التركية
amfiteatr
{i} amfitiyatro
(Mimarlık) anfitiyatro
{i} amfi
i., İng., bak. amphitheater
amphitheater
{i} amfiteatr
amphitheater
amfiteatr Seklinde herhangi bir şey
amphitheater
spor sahası
amphitheater
{i} amfitiyatro
amphitheater
{i} amfi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
An open, outdoor theatre, especially one from the classical period of ancient Rome
an oval large stadium with tiers of seats; an arena in which contests and spectacles are held
a sloping gallery with seats for spectators (as in an operating room or theater)
am·phi·thea·tre amphitheatres in AM, use amphitheater An amphitheatre is a large open area surrounded by rows of seats sloping upwards. Amphitheatres were built mainly in Greek and Roman times for the performance of plays. a large circular building without a roof and with many rows of seats (amphitheatrum, from , from amphi- ( AMPHIBIOUS) + theatron ( THEATER))
Anything resembling an amphitheater in form; as, a level surrounded by rising slopes or hills, or a rising gallery in a theater
An oval or circular building with rising tiers of seats about an open space called the arena
{i} stadium, arena (also amphitheater)
amphitheater
A completely circular outdoor arena; a classic European amphitheatre
amphitheater
an edifice of elliptical shape, constructed about a central open space or arena
amphitheater
{n} a round or oval playhouse
Amphitheater
An elliptical or circular space surrounded by rising tiers of seats
Amphitheater
the design of classical Greek theaters, consisting of a stage area surrounded by a semicircle of tiered seats
Amphitheater
( =large theater) An arena encircled by seats; used by Romans to view gladiator exhibititions Colesseum was larger yet
Amphitheater
a sloping gallery with seats for spectators (as in an operating room or theater)
Amphitheater
In a way the Amphitheater is the successor of the stone pulpit on the lakeside The Amphitheater was designed with the lake itself as the background The upward slope behind the seats allows for an almost unlimited crowd of people
Amphitheater
an oval large stadium with tiers of seats; an arena in which contests and spectacles are held
Amphitheater
Large oval, circular, or semicircular outdoor theater with rising tiers of seats around an open playing area; also, an exceptionally large indoor auditorium
Amphitheater
The circular structure characterized by rising tiers of stone seats contained within an arched stone outer wall that was used by Romans for circus performances and gladiatorial contest
Amphitheater
Usually a large, open, outdoor theater-like facility, with seating in a fan-shape and up-slope from a central stage or performing area, developed on the natural contour of the land with as little modification of the general setting as possible
amphitheater
A semi-circular acoustic backdrop behind performers for an outdoor venue
amphitheater
An oval or circular building with rising tiers of seats about an open space called the arena
amphitheater
{i} stadium, arena (also amphitheatre)
amphitheater
Freestanding, open-air round or oval structure with a central arena and tiers of concentric seats. The amphitheater originated in ancient Italy (Etruria and Campania) and reflects the entertainment forms popular there, including gladiatorial games and contests of animals with one another or of men with animals. The earliest extant amphitheater is one built at Pompeii ( 80 BC). Examples survive throughout the former provinces of the Roman empire, the most famous being Rome's Colosseum
amphitheater
Anything resembling an amphitheater in form; as, a level surrounded by rising slopes or hills, or a rising gallery in a theater
amphitheater
an oval large stadium with tiers of seats; an arena in which contests and spectacles are held a sloping gallery with seats for spectators (as in an operating room or theater)
amphitheatre

    الواصلة

    am·phi·the·a·tre

    التركية النطق

    ämpıthiıtır

    النطق

    /ˈampəˌᴛʜēətər/ /ˈæmpəˌθiːətɜr/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    () From Latin amphitheatrum Ancient Greek ἀμφιθέατρον.

    كلمة اليوم

    hors de combat
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