box office translation to Traditional Chinese: Cambridge Dict.
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Translation of "box office" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

box office

noun
 
 
[C] the place in a theatre or cinema where tickets are sold
(劇院或電影院的)票房,售票處
The box office opens at ten.
售票處十點開門。
Theatre auditorium and front-of-house
[S or U] how popular and financially successful a film or actor is
(電影或演員的)受歡迎程度,賣座
Her last film was a surprise box-office hit.
她上一部電影出人意料地叫座。
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Translations of “box office”
in Korean 매표소…
in Arabic شُبّاك التَذاكِر…
in Portuguese bilheteria…
in Catalan taquilla…
in Japanese チケット売り場…
in Italian biglietteria, botteghino…
in Russian касса…
in Turkish bilet gişesi…
in Chinese (Simplified) (戏院或电影院的)票房,售票处, (电影或演员的)受欢迎,卖座…
in Polish kasa…
(Definition of box office from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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