audience

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} seyirci

Sovyet Rusya'sında, televizyon seyirciyi izler! - In Soviet Russia, television watches the audience!

Bizim büyük bir seyircimiz vardı. - We had a large audience.

{i} izleyici

İzleyici salonu doldurdu. - The audience filled the hall.

Onun konuşması izleyiciyi tahrik etti. - Her speech moved the audience.

{i} seyirciler

Seyircilerin hepsi yabancıydı. - The audience were all foreigners.

Seyirciler sıkılmış görünüyordu. - The audience looked bored.

izleyiciler

Titanik filmi tüm dünyada izleyicilere taşındı. - The movie Titanic moved audiences around the world.

Tom Mary'nin izleyiciler arasında oturduğunu fark etti. - Tom noticed Mary sitting in the audience.

{i} dinleyiciler

Konuşmacı mesajını dinleyicilere anlatamadı. - The lecturer couldn't get his message across to the audience.

Konuşması dinleyicileri derinden etkiledi. - His speech deeply affected the audience.

bir toplantıda hazır bulunanlar
hedef kitle
izlerçevre
izlerkitle
(Askeri,Ticaret) kitle

Seyirci kitlesi onu destekledi. - The mass of the audience supported him.

İngilizce uluslararası bir izleyici kitlesiyle konuşurken, oldukça sık tercih edilen bir dildir. - English is quite often the language of choice when speaking to an international audience.

duruşma
huzura kabul
resmi görüşme
dinleyici

Dinleyiciler çoğunlukla öğrencilerden oluşuyordu. - The audience consisted mainly of students.

Madonna'nın konseri büyük bir dinleyici çekti. - Madonna's concert drew a large audience.

mahkemede konuşma özgürlüğü
kabul/dinleyic
give an audience to huzura kabul etmek
{i} okuyucu kitlesi

Romancı büyük bir okuyucu kitlesiyle konuştu. - The novelist talked to a large audience.

gürüşmek
{i} huzur
mülakat yapmak
resmi göruşme
have an audience with huzura kabul olunmak
seyirciler resmi görüşme
audience chamber
kabul salonu
audience effectiveness
(Askeri) kitlenin etkinliği
audience needs
(Bilgisayar) hedef kitle ihtiyaçları
audience selectivity
(Ticaret) kitle seçiciliği
audiences
seyirciler

Az sonraki program sadece olgun seyirciler içindir. - The following program is intended only for mature audiences.

meet the audience
izleyici ile buluşmak
meet the audience
izleyiciyle buluşmak
target audience
hedef dinleyici
captive audience
dinlemeye mecbur edilen kimse
give an audience to
huzura kabul etmek
tv audience
televizyon izleyicileri
extend audience
izleyici kitlesini genişletmek
give audience
seyirci vermek
mass audience
Medyayı izleyen seyirci kitlesi
young audience
genç kitleye
attract the audience
seyirciyi çekmek
captive audience
zoraki dinleyiciler
draw an audience
seyirci çekmek
give audience to smb
huzuruna kabul etmek
imaginary audience
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) hayali izleyici
right of audience
konuşma hakkı (mahkemede)
right of audience
söz hakkı (mahkemede)
target acquisition; target audience; technical arrangement; theater Army
(Askeri) hedef tespiti; hedef kitle; teknik düzenleme; Kara Kuvvetleri harekat alanı
target audience
(Askeri) MUHATAP KİŞİLER, HEDEF SEÇİLEN ÜNLÜ ŞAHISLAR (İSTH)
target audience description
(Tıp) hedef kitle tanımı
the audience
dinleyiciler

Konuşması dinleyicileri derinden etkiledi. - His speech deeply affected the audience.

Dinleyiciler çoğunlukla öğrencilerden oluşuyordu. - The audience consisted mainly of students.

zoom on the audience
(Televizyon) seyirciyi çekmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
A formal meeting with a state or religious dignitary

She managed to get an audience with the Pope.

A following

The opera singer expanded his audience by singing songs from the shows.

A group of people within hearing; specifically a group of people listening to a performance, speech etc.; the crowd seeing a stage performance

We joined the audience just as the lights went down.

Hearing; the condition or state of hearing or listening

When he had ended all his sayinges in the audience of the people, he entred into Capernaum.

The readership of a book or other written publication

Private Eye has a small but faithful audience.

{n} hearers, auditory, hearing, interview
A group of people seeing a performance
Admittance to a hearing; a formal interview, esp
People who have an opportunity to see or hear an advertisement by virtue of their being exposed to the "vehicle" which carries the advertisement
Whoever enjoys the music, whether they are the paying customer or not Fans who buy tickets are customers of the promoter, but the audience for the performer
a conference (usually with someone important); "he had a consultation with the judge"; "he requested an audience with the king"
[n] the groups or members of the public whom an institution wishes to reach, or for whom a message is intended
Is generally taken to mean the potential or expected number of people who have an opportunity to see an advertising message
Also applied by authors to their readers
The intended end user population of a training product Careful consideration of audience factors such as learning styles, level of education, preferences, background, and job responsibilities helps create more successful e-learning
The audience at a play, concert, film, or public meeting is the group of people watching or listening to it. He was speaking to an audience of students at the Institute for International Affairs
If you have an audience with someone important, you have a formal meeting with them. The Prime Minister will seek an audience with the Queen later this morning
The audience for a television or radio programme consists of all the people who watch or listen to it. The concert will be relayed to a worldwide television audience estimated at one thousand million. see also studio audience
Sometimes in a scene, an audience is depicted They are often little more than a series of silhouettes with odd expressions and hints of features They are used to respond to the main action of the scene Who they are depends on the scene - usually they are revelers or courtiers
an opportunity to state your case and be heard; "they condemned him without a hearing"; "he saw that he had lost his audience"
with a sovereign or the head of a government, for conference or the transaction of business
those individuals who have a potential interest in the results of teacher performance assessment and evaluation and in the quality of teaching See Stakeholders
For the general public; use language understood by the average reader For those in a particular trade or industry For students, scholars, researchers; uses specialized vocabulary of the discipline
The number of people or households exposed to a vehicle, without regard to whether they actually saw or heard the material conveyed by that vehicle
An auditory; an assembly of hearers
{i} group of people gathered to see or hear (performance, concert, etc.); viewers; interview
a gathering of spectators or listeners at a (usually public) performance; "the audience applauded"; "someone in the audience began to cough" the part of the general public interested in a source of information or entertainment; "every artist needs an audience"; "the broadcast reached an audience of millions
The people who come to watch the performance
The act of hearing; attention to sounds
The audience of a writer or artist is the people who read their books or look at their work. Say's writings reached a wide audience during his lifetime
the relationship at which a text is directed, for example, children or adults
the part of the general public interested in a source of information or entertainment; "every artist needs an audience"; "the broadcast reached an audience of millions
The people for whom you are writing In children's books, this can mean a specific age level
The group most likely to be interested in the subject matter of the book
The kind of consumer (caller) of an interface An interface might be intended for use by the ultimate user of the service (functional interface), by a system management function within the system (system management interface) or by other participating services in order to construct the service from disparate objects (construction interface) [OMG]
Consumers of the evaluation; those who will or should read or hear of the evaluation, either during or at the end of the evaluation process Includes those persons who will be guided by the evaluation in making decisions and all others who have a stake in the evaluation (see stakeholders)
The area of the theater where visitors sit to view a performance
The readership of a written publication
People who are exposed to an advertisement such as individuals who read a newspaper or magazine, listen to a radio broadcast, or view a television program
Public, second actor's ego is made up of those who witness the event through dramatic (emotional, intellectual) participation
Your audience is the reader for whom your paper is intended Before you begin writing, you should analyze your audience, in order to determine who the reader is, what your relationship with the reader is, what impact your writing may have on the reader, and how to spark your reader's interest in your essay
the person or persons receiving a speech or piece of writing
Group or groups to which a program is directed Also market
Potential or expected number of persons who are exposed to an advertising medium
Total number of individuals reached by a promotion or advertisement
Audience means the kind of reader or listener the text was intended for As this is unlikely to be you, sadly you do need to attempt the near impossible and "become" the intended reader Always consider a text in this way or you will run the risk of "misreading" it Also, avoid being overly specific or informal when describing an audience's likely characteristics: "this writing is suitable for clever so and so's of about 23 and over" sounds rather less impressive than, "the style of this text seems geared towards an educated and sophisticated adult audience" For module 1 in your exam, audience is one way to categorise similar texts
a gathering of spectators or listeners at a (usually public) performance; "the audience applauded"; "someone in the audience began to cough"
audience left
On the left side of the stage when viewed from the audience facing the stage, stage right
audience right
On the right side of the stage when viewed from the audience facing the stage, stage left
audience room
hall where people are received and heard or interviewed
audience.
aud
target audience
The primary group of people that something, usually an advertising campaign, is aimed at appealing to
viewing audience
An audience that views an event or show through various forms of media, participating in an event without physically being present at the event itself. Examples are television, webcast, podcast, MySpace, etc
right of audience
(Kanun) A right of audience is an English term used to describe the rights that an individual has to appear before certain courts. Traditionally only barristers had rights of audience before certain Courts of England and Wales. However, solicitors are increasingly gaining rights of audience and appearing in courts themselves
address an audience
give a speech before a group, lecture before an audience
address oneself to the audience
direct yourself or speak to the audience
applause of the audience
viewers' hand-clapping, cries of cheer, encouragement by the audience
audiences
plural of audience
grant an audience
agree to see, give an interview
holdover audience
The listenership a programme acquires from the preceding programme
holdover audience
The audience a program acquires from listeners of a preceding high rated program on the station that stayed with the station Also called inherited audience A usually weak program following an important movie or special often can be a bargain
holdover audience
The percent of a program's audience that watched or listened to the immediately preceding program on the same station Also called Inherited audience (see below)
studio audience
A studio audience is a group of people who are in a television or radio studio watching while a programme is being made, so that their clapping, laughter, or questions are recorded on the programme. a group of people who watch and are sometimes involved in a radio or television programme while it is being made
target audience
The group of people that a live interpreter addresses Sometimes used (incorrectly) in the sense of target readership
target audience
Who are the readers of the newspaper? The editors and journalists must gear themselves towards writing what will interest this population, in order for the newspaper to be successful
target audience
An identified group of readers who would most likely be interested in a book's particular subject matter
target audience
Materials and experiences in workshops have been developed specifically to enhance skills and abilities for these special groups or individuals
target audience
The veteran community and DVA providers
target audience
the intended audience for a particular product/ type of media
target audience
The profile of most desired consumer products for a product or a service, listed by characteristics such as demography, lifestyle, brand, or media consumption, purchase behavior, etc
target audience
The people to whom advertising for a certain product is directed
target audience
The group to which the advertisement was directed Consumer (average-person types, who go to the stores for the particular items) or Trade (businesses that use this product [i e train engine parts] or would sell this product) Ad*Access contains primarily Consumer advertisements
target audience
the individual, organization, company, or population type you are addressing in your communication or to whom you are targeting your event
target audience
The desired or intended audience for advertising as described or determined by the advertiser Usually defined in terms of specific demographic (age, sex, income, etc ) characteristics
target audience
the group of people that something is trying to get to, those who have a high chance of needing the product
target audience
is a group of people that is expected to buy a particular product or service For example, the target audience for diapers is mothers and fathers with babies Advertisers and marketers use focus groups to help them determine how to reach their target audience
target audience
Is the term usually used to describe groups in the community selected as being the most appropriate (eg; primary purchasers, users or influencers) for a particular advertising campaign or schedule The target audience may be defined in demographic or psychographic terms, or a combination of both
target audience
- The consumer group most likely to buy a specific product and identified by region, age, demographics, or economic status The target audience might be as wide as "adults aged 35-54," or as narrow as "female high school prom-goers in Wabash, Indiana " Effective ads are created and placed in media with the target audience clearly in mind
target audience
The people most likely to buy your product or service, or most interested in the information you provide The more you know about them, and have designed your product or service with them in mind, the easier it will be to sell it to them
target audience
A specified audience or demographic group for which an advertising message is designed
target audience
The group of people that an interpreter addresses Used mostly in connection with simultaneous interpreting Sometimes used (incorrectly) in the sense of target readership
target audience
An audience group being targeted by an advertiser, usually in terms of demographics, interests, product purchase behavior, product usage or media usage
target audience
The section of the population that is identified as likely to be most interested in buying or being associated with a product
target audience
General description of the intended trainee population who will use the IMI product
target audience
A group of people within a population that the media agency would like to reach For instance, the "target audience" for PBS's children's programming isn't "everyone"--it's young children and their parents or caregivers Just as common are the audiences targeted, sold and delivered to advertisers by media agencies Groups are targeted on the basis of demographics (age, ethnicity, level of education, income, etc ), media use patterns, zip codes and other factors
target audience
a particular group for whom a product or service has been designed; often used in the media industries to describe the group of listeners or viewers
target audience
The primary visitors that your Web site addresses It is important to know your who your primary visitor are, so that you build a Web site to meet their needs See more about this is the Target Audience section of this guide
target audience
A specific group of people defined by an advertiser as his potential customers
viewing audience
the audience reached by television
young audience
audience made up of children, crowd of children spectators
audience