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audition 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ôˈdiSHən/,
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auditions, plural;
  1. Perform an audition
    • - he was auditioning for the lead role in the play
  2. Assess the suitability of (someone) for a role by means of an audition
    • - she was auditioning people for her new series
Noun
  1. An interview for a particular role or job as a singer, actor, dancer, or musician, consisting of a practical demonstration of the candidate's suitability and skill


  1. hearing: the ability to hear; the auditory faculty; "his hearing was impaired"
  2. perform in order to get a role; "She auditioned for a role on Broadway"
  3. a test of the suitability of a performer
  4. An audition is a sample performance by an actor, singer, musician, dancer or other performer. It typically involves the performer displaying their talent through a previously memorized and rehearsed solo piece or by performing a work or piece which is given to the performer at the audition or ...
  5. Audition is an award-winning short film directed by Sam Holdren, first released to festivals in 2007. The film is a tragic comedy about William Ashe, a grown man who still lives at home with mother and strongly believes in signs. ...
  6. Audition is the second album from Minneapolis hip hop artist P.O.S, following his first album Ipecac Neat, and is likewise heavily punk-inspired. ...
  7. "Audition" is the first episode of the second season of the American television series Glee, and the 23rd episode overall. The episode is scheduled to premiere on the Fox network on September 21, 2010. According to series creator Ryan Murphy, the episode is about "the idea that everybody['s ... ...
  8. Audition is a Japanese novel by Ryu Murakami, first published in English in 2009. It was the basis for the film by Takashi Miike released in 1999.
  9. "Audition" is Younha's debut Korean single released on December 4, 2006.
  10. (Auditions) Because Cold Stone Creamery places such emphasis on creating a fun, entertaining experience for every customer, crew members are auditioned, not interviewed, and are often asked to sing from the Cold Stone Creamery song book as part of the process.
  11. Open auditions for this season were held in the following locations: Audition Venue Mark Morris Dance Center Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts Orpheum Theatre Paramount Theatre The Cadre Building The Moore Theatre City Brooklyn, New York Miami, Florida Los Angeles, California Denver, ...
  12. This is a trial performance which is given to show the casting directors how well you are qualified for the job.
  13. A test a dealer must pass before being hired by a casino.
  14. Adobe Audition is a recording, sound mixing, music editing and mastering software tools for producing professional audio.
  15. is the scientific name for the perception of sound, commonly referred to as hearing. Sound is a form of energy that moves through air, water, and other matter, in waves of pressure. Sound is the means of auditory communication, including frog calls, bird songs, and spoken language. ...
  16. Tryout process used by directors to find the best person to play a role.
  17. Nerve racking solo performance before contest judges in attempt to qualify for an All-Something Band, to determine one's chair or to get a scholarship.
  18. a brief performance of either a monologue or a short scene done by actors for the director of a play in order for the director to decide which actor he or she wants to cast in a particular role.
  19. When a director is casting a show, s/he often has a formal audition so that s/he can get an idea of the type of talent that is available for the production. Sometimes the actors are required to learn a monologue from the play or are teamed up with another actor to perform a scene. ...
  20. A talent test. The procedure of observing the work of actors to determine who is best suited to play a role.
  21. the act of putting oneself under extreme duress to satisfy the sadistic intentions of someone who has already made up his mind.
  22. A tryout for a role in film, TV or stage. Auditions may require actors to read from a script that they have never read before (also known as a ‘cold side’) or they may be required to perform a monologue or they may even be asked to improvise.
  23. How an actress or actor showcases their talents in front of a director, casting director or producer in order to book a part in a TV show, movie, video, industrial, commercial or theatrical production.
  24. (Registration Fee) When a person comes the corps for the first time there is a registration fee that must be paid. Veteran member usually have a reduced registration fee as they have “earned” that right.
  25. A casino test to determine if a dealer will be hired. Can be conducted on a live game.