1. a gathering of spectators or listeners at a (usually public) performance;
2. the part of the general public interested in a source of information or entertainment;
3. an opportunity to state your case and be heard;
4. a conference (usually with someone important);
The show is drawing but a meagre audience.
The audience was fascinated by their superb performance.
The audience was captivated by her performance.
The cleverly designed speech lashed the audience into a frenzy.
The audience punctuated his speech by outbursts of applause.
A big audience filled the hall.
The angry audience shouted the speaker down.
The audience rose bodily.
The audience took fire at his words.
The audience is all concentrating with rapt attention on taking notes.
He bowed to the thunder of applause from the audience.
The audience cried the speaker down as soon as he started on a third digression.
The audience were mostly adolescents.
The film attracts a large audience.
The audience applauded after the soprano sang the aria so beautifully.
The chair sternly rebuked the audience for their laughter.
These actors went over very well with the audience.
The audience was made up of very young children.
The speaker likes to have an attentive audience.
The chairman introduced the speaker to the audience.
The audience watched the performance with growing fascination.
The audience in the front rows made room for the late comers.
He suited his speech to the audience.
The final piece won her a rapturous ovation from the audience.
A radio announcer may have an audience of millions.
The performance produced much mirth among the audience.
The audience thereupon rose cheering to their feet.
My audience certainly isn't the proverbial man in the street.
There is relatively little information about audience, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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