例句1. they performed three sketches which went down well with the audience
The audience cheered him as he walked on stage.
When the violinist finished the audience clapped for five minutes.
The movie bored the audience .
It won′t do to trust to the inspiration of the moment when speaking to such a big audience .
The angry audience shouted the politician down.
The audience roared with laughter at the pantomime.
The mental set of an audience is crucial to his performance
The audience reacted readily to his speech.
The audience applauds anything that pleases it in a play or concert.
The brilliant performance of the actors won warm applause from the audience .
The audience easily overflowed the small theatre.
Restless stirrings in the audience .
The audience rose to his verve and wit.
The audience was deeply affected.
The audience applauds the performers for three minutes.
The audience loaded him with the most extravagant applause.
The audience applauded the performers for three minutes.
The audience was rocking with laughter.
The audience trickled in.
A storm of applause rose from the audience .
The audience identified with the main character.
The audience watched the performance with growing fascination.
The audience laughs.
The children′s performance pleased the audience .
Those asides, which the characters deliver to the audience , do not really suit the screen.
She wasn′t willing to strip for such a small audience .
She never spoke down to her audience .
She had never spoken before such a big audience before.
She felt the audience warming to her.
She said she had never spoken before an audience .
1.A formal interview with a person in authority.
‘he demanded an _audience_ with the Pope’
‘His meals begin with breakfast at 8am, after which he goes to his study for two hours of reading and writing, followed by two hours of formal _audiences_ before lunch.’
‘He did not have a right of _audience_ in relation to the hearing on 9 September 2002.’
3.The assembled spectators or listeners at a public event such as a play, film, concert, or meeting.
‘he asked for questions from members of the _audience_ ’
‘At one of the recent public meetings on sustainable development, a member of the _audience_ lamented the rapid pace of development in Bermuda.’
4.The people giving attention to something.
‘the report deserves consideration by a much wider _audience_ ’
‘But it will open up the joys of the spa to a far wider _audience_ , even with two-hour spa sessions costing £19.’
5.The people who watch or listen to a television or radio programme.
‘the programme attracted an _audience_ of almost twenty million’
‘If reports are correct, Saturday’s edition was watched by one of the smallest _audiences_ in the programme’s forty-year history.’
6.The readership of a newspaper, magazine, or book.
‘the newspaper has a sophisticated _audience_ ’
‘After all, more readers means a bigger _audience_ for advertisements.’
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