listen to the pronunciation of audition
الإنجليزية - التركية
(Tiyatro) giriş sınavı

Bugün bir giriş sınavın yok mu? - Don't you have an audition today?

yetenek denemesi
işitme gücü
duyma gücü
(opera, koro, v.b.'ne girmek için yapılan) ses imtihanı
(Tıp) İşitme duyusu (kuvveti), işitme, odisyon, auditus
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) odisyon
İşitme hassası, işitme kuvveti, işitme
{i} kulak sınavı
(fiil) ses sınavı yapmak
{f} ses sınavı yapmak

Koroya katılabilmeniz için seçmelere girmeniz gerekiyor. - You have to audition to join the choir.

ses sınavı
audition limit
işitme sınırı
normal audition
(Tıp) ortakuzi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The sense of hearing

His audition was poor.

A performance, by an aspiring performer, to demonstrate suitability or talent

I've been to five auditions this week.

To evaluate one or more performers in through an [[#Noun|audition]]

We auditioned several actors for the part.

To take part in such a performance

Several actors auditioned for the part.

the act or sensation of hearing
{f} give an audition; participate in an audition (test given to a performer to determine the level of his abilities)
a test of the suitability of a performer perform in order to get a role; "She auditioned for a role on Broadway
the ability to hear; the auditory faculty; "his hearing was impaired"
The act or sense of hearing
a test of the suitability of a performer
perform in order to get a role; "She auditioned for a role on Broadway"
An opportunity to perform or recite before a selection panel These are usually offered to students entering a program of music or other performing arts
The act of putting oneself under extreme duress to satisfy the sadistic intentions of someone who has already made up his mind
The act of hearing or listening; hearing
To evaluate one or more performers in this way
An audition is a short performance given by an actor, dancer, or musician so that a director or conductor can decide if they are good enough to be in a play, film, or orchestra
a try-out where actor's skills are judged in a trial performance Actors read from the script, and the director thinks about how to match them up with a character in the play
A talent test The procedure of observing the work of actors to determine who is best suited to play a role
This is a trial performance which is given to show the casting directors how well you are qualified for the job
The process whereby an actor seeks a role by presenting to a director or casting director a prepared reading or by "reading cold" from the text of the play being presented
{i} test given to a performer (musician, actor, etc.) to determine the level of his abilities; ability to hear; auditory capability, hearing sense; act of hearing
If you audition or if someone auditions you, you do an audition. They're auditioning for new members of the cast for `Miss Saigon' today I heard your record and I want you to come and audition. a short performance by an actor, singer etc that someone watches to judge if they are good enough to act in a play, sing in a concert etc audition for (auditio , from audire; AUDIO)
(aw-dish´un): The sense of hearing (p 119)
A tryout during which a performer displays their abilities for an agent, casting director, and/or other professionals who book work or offer representation Auditions are also known as castings The terms can be used interchangeably
A tryout for a film, TV or stage role Usually auditions involving reading from the script, but can also require improvisation
means the visual and/or oral auditioning with or without cameras of a Performer or a group of Performers for the purpose of determining the Performer's or Performers' value or suitability for a specified performance, and includes screen and/or voice tests wherein a Performer or a Specialty Act, or group of Performers are tested for ability, talent, physical attributes and/or suitability for inclusion in a Production
past of audition
present participle of audition
third-person singular of audition
plural of audition