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stadiumnoun [C]

uk   /ˈsteɪ.di.əm/  us   /ˈsteɪ.di.əm/ (plural stadiums or stadia uk   /ˈsteɪ.di.ə/ us   )
B2 a ​largeclosedarea of ​land with ​rows of ​seats around the ​sides and often with no ​roof, used for ​sportsevents and ​musicalperformances: Thousands of ​fanspacked into the stadium to ​watch the ​match. the ​opening of a new national stadium (= where a country's ​teamplaysitshomegames)

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(Definition of stadium from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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stadiumnoun [C]

 us   /ˈsteɪ·di·əm/
a ​largestructure consisting of many ​rows of ​seatssurrounding an ​area of ​land on which ​sports are ​played and where sometimes other ​publiceventshappen: a ​football stadium Yankee Stadium
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Translations of “stadium”
in Korean 경기장…
in Arabic إسْتاد…
in Malaysian stadium…
in French stade…
in Russian стадион…
in Chinese (Traditional) 體育場…
in Italian stadio…
in Turkish stadyum…
in Polish stadion…
in Spanish estadio…
in Vietnamese sân vận động…
in Portuguese estádio…
in Thai สนามกีฬาที่มีอัฒจันทร์โดยรอบ…
in German das Stadion…
in Catalan estadi…
in Japanese 競技場, スタジアム…
in Chinese (Simplified) 体育场…
in Indonesian stadion…
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