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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…
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