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Язык: Английский
Источник:Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary of Current English. A S Hornby. Seventh edition. Oxford University Press. 2005.
Структурная оппозиция: Семантика
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audience

noun

2 [countable]

a number of people or a particular group of people who watch, read or listen to the same thing:

An audience of millions watched the wedding on TV;
TV/cinema/movie audiences;
His book reached an even wider audience when it was made into a movie;
The target audience for this advertisement was mainly teenagers
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SYNONYMS
witness
audience > viewer • observer • spectator • onlooker • passer-by • bystander • eyewitness

These are all words for a person who sees something happen.

witness a person who sees something happen and is able to describe it to other people; a person who gives evidence in a court of law: Police have appealed for witnesses to the accident.
audience a group of people who have gathered to watch or listen to something such as a play or concert; the number of people who watch or listen to the same thing on television, the radio or in the cinema.
viewer a person watching television; a person who looks at something: The programme attracted millions of viewers; Some of her art is intended to shock the viewer.
observer a person who sees something happen: According to observers, the plane exploded shortly after take-off.
spectator a person who is watching an event, especially a sports event: The stadium holds 75000 spectators.
onlooker a person who watches something that is happening but is not involved in it: A crowd of onlookers gathered at the scene of the crash.
passer-by a person who is going past somebody/something by chance, especially when something unexpected happens: Police asked passers-by if they had witnessed the accident.
bystander a person who is near and can see what is happening when something such as an accident or fight takes place: Three innocent bystanders were killed in the crossfire.
eyewitness a person who has seen a crime or accident and can describe it afterwards.

PATTERNS AND COLLOCATIONS
before/in front of a(n) witness/audience/spectator/ onlooker/passer-by/bystander/eyewitness
• a television/TV audience/viewer
• a cinema audience/viewer
• to attract/draw/pull in (an) audience/viewers/ spectators
• a(n) audience/viewer/observer/spectator/onlooker/ passer-by/bystander witnesses something

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