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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。 Cinema - general words
(Definition of box office from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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