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Translation of "spectator" - English-Spanish dictionary

spectator

noun   /spekˈteɪ·tər/
someone who watches an event, sport, etc. espectador, -ora They won 4–0 in front of 40,000 cheering spectators.
(Definition of spectator from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

spectator

noun /spekˈteitə, (American) ˈspekteitər/
a person who watches (an event) espectador Fifty thousand spectators came to the match.
spectate verb
to be a spectator (at an event). mirar
(Definition of spectator from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “spectator”
in Korean 관중…
in Arabic مُشاهِد…
in Malaysian penonton…
in French spectateur/-trice…
in Russian зритель…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指體育賽事的)觀眾…
in Italian spettatore, -trice…
in Turkish izleyici, seyirci…
in Polish widz…
in Vietnamese người xem, khán giả…
in Portuguese espectador, -ora…
in Thai ผู้เข้าชม…
in German der/die Zuschauer(in)…
in Catalan espectador, -a…
in Japanese 観客, 観衆…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指体育赛事的)观众…
in Indonesian penonton…
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