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the stalls

noun [plural]
 
/stɔːlz/ UK ( US orchestra)
the seats on the main floor near the front of a theatre or cinema: a seat in the stallsTheatres, cinemas and their parts
Translations of “the stalls”
in Russian партер…
in Turkish sinema ve tiyatrodaki ön koltuklar…
in Polish parter, miejsca na parterze…
(Definition of the stalls from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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