Translation of auditorium in Spanish:


auditorio, n.

Pronunciation /ˌɔdəˈtɔriəm/ /ɔːdɪˈtɔːrɪəm/

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nounplural auditoriums, plural auditoria

  • 1

    (audience area)
    auditorio masculine
    • The gallery looks more like an old theatre auditorium, with a dress circle, an upper circle, and boxes on the sides.
    • The debate was filmed by French television and Mr Cox answered questions from the news crew, with the audience in the auditorium as a back-drop.
    • Bragg, who will also oversee that project, notes that the three auditoria will together hold more audience members than the National Theatre.
    • The sound of waves crashing played over this scene as the audience entered the auditorium.
    • They have larger auditoriums, larger audiences, and larger runs.
    • The emphasis on the pastoral in Gregory Thompson's new production of As You Like It at the Swan is evident from the moment the audience enters the auditorium.
    • The lights of the auditorium dim, the audience shuffles on their seats making sure they have a good view of the stage.
    • She said she was a little nervous about shedding her clothes in the cosy auditorium, where the audience sits a few feet from the stage.
    • Bar, foyer and backstage are all much improved but the red-plush auditorium retains its intimate charm.
    • The new national theatre will need two auditoriums, a rehearsal space, a restaurant/bar, an education facility and an archive.
    • It will be better still when the actors' nerves settle and they learn to use the in-the-round auditorium so that we can hear every word.
    • This time all three of the spaces at the Theatre Royal - the auditorium, the studio and the foyer - will be pressed into action.
    • There is in the making a ruling to prohibit cell phones in all theatre auditoriums.
    • In Reykjavik, the dark auditorium of the theatre glows with candles.
    • A feature of the theatre is that all the foyer areas and the auditorium are accessible to wheelchairs.
    • For example, the projection of film in the darkened auditorium and its public reception are important elements of the cultural experience of film.
    • There was a distinct buzz in the auditorium, cameras were filming the audience as they arrived, more cameras were fixed at the sides of the stage.
    • At this conference, Ibrahim announced a special event and asked us all to remain in the auditorium.
  • 2

    (room, building)
    auditorio masculine
    • See the massive dance floors proposed for the auditorium and sports hall.
    • However, they hoped to get a glimpse of the Pope at a public gathering in an auditorium.
    • This is the first fund-raising concert held by Music Network, an admirable organisation that brings affordable high quality music to regional areas that do not have the benefit of large concert halls or auditoriums.
    • Immediately adjacent to the hall are two auditoriums.
    • Darling Harbour is the site for many conference centres, exhibition halls and auditoriums.
    • Chris could hear his name echoing through the halls of the auditorium.
    • The sold-out event took place in the Old Cabell Hall auditorium, which seats about 850 people.
    • Prospective developers have been told they must include a swimming pool and an auditorium in their plans for the centre but the sports facilities may well be closed.
    • A leisure centre complete with ice rink and an auditorium for rock concerts: not really the best place for a dignified ceremony.
    • That evening, some York residents make their way to the concert in the new auditorium while others attend classes in everything from medieval art to kick-boxing.
    • All bidders have been told that public swimming, leisure facilities and an auditorium must be provided on the site.
    • In his heyday, Nader could arrive at any college campus in the US and fill the largest auditorium with an audience of adoring students.
    • Runners return to the auditorium, where the scenes which have just been shot are immediately shown to the audience.
    • Neither can you smoke in public places such as parks, auditoriums and government buildings.
    • Gore called Bush on the telephone, wished him well and said he would make his way to a public auditorium to deliver a concession speech.
    • Town and district councillor Phillip Allnatt wanted to see the site used as a public auditorium with space for homes, a new library and a new bus station.
    • The ceremonies took place before a capacity audience in an auditorium adjacent to the competition site.