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podium

noun [C] uk   /ˈpəʊ.di.əm/  us   /ˈpoʊ-/ (plural podiums or podia )
a raised area on which a person stands to speak to a large number of people, to conduct music, or to receive a prize in a sports competition: Tears ran down her face as she stood on the winner's podium.
Translations of “podium”
in Vietnamese bục…
in Spanish podio…
in Thai แท่น…
in Malaysian podium…
in French podium…
in German das Podium…
in Chinese (Traditional) 演講台, 樂隊指揮台, 領獎台…
in Indonesian podium…
in Russian возвышение, трибуна…
in Turkish podyum…
in Chinese (Simplified) 演讲台, 乐队指挥台, 领奖台…
in Polish podium, mównica…
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