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theatre

noun
a place where plays, operas etc are publicly performed.
teatro
plays in general; any theatre/theater
teatro
Are you going to the theatre tonight?
( also operating-theatre) ( British) a room in a hospital where surgical operations are performed
quirófano
Take the patient to the theatre ( also adjective) a theatre nurse.
theatrical /-ˈӕ-/ adjective of theatres/theaters or acting
teatral
a theatrical performance/career.
(behaving) as if in a play; over-dramatic
teatral, dramático
theatrical behaviour.
theatrically adverb
teatralmente
She rushed out of the room, slamming the door theatrically.
theatricality /θiatriˈkӕ-/ noun
teatralidad, cualidad de teatral
theatricals /-ˈӕ-/ noun plural dramatic performances
teatro
He’s very interested in amateur theatricals.
the theatre noun ( the theater) the profession of actors
el teatro
He’s in the theatre.
drama
el teatro
His special interest is the theatre.
(Definition of theatre from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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