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arena

noun [C]
 
 
/əˈriːnə/
a particular area of activity, especially one that is competitive and attracts a lot of attention: As they focus on growth in the fiercely competitive beer brands arena, the companies have sought to cut costs.business/political/sales arena He said he hoped to join the entrepreneurial business arena.
Translations of “arena”
in Arabic حَلَبة, ساحة…
in Korean 영역, 장…
in Malaysian arena…
in French arène…
in Turkish düz alan, saha arena, eğlence alanı…
in Italian arena…
in Chinese (Traditional) 地方, (體育比賽或表演用的)場地,競技場,劇場…
in Russian арена…
in Polish arena…
in Vietnamese đấu trường…
in Spanish arena…
in Portuguese arena, estádio…
in Thai สนามกีฬา…
in German die Arena…
in Catalan estadi…
in Japanese 競技場, アリーナ…
in Indonesian gelanggang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 地方, (体育比赛或表演用的)场地,竞技场,剧场…
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