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Noun
/ˈspekˌtātər/,
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spectators, plural;
  1. A person who watches at a show, game, or other event


  1. a close observer; someone who looks at something (such as an exhibition of some kind); "the spectators applauded the performance"; "television viewers"; "sky watchers discovered a new star"
  2. spectator pump: a woman's pump with medium heel; usually in contrasting colors for toe and heel
  3. Spectator Magazine was a weekly newspaper published and distributed in San Francisco from 1978 until October 2005, and dubbed itself "California's original adult newsmagazine". ...
  4. The Spectator is a weekly British magazine first published on 6 July 1828. It is currently owned by the Barclay brothers, who also own The Daily Telegraph. Its principal subject areas are politics and culture. ...
  5. The Spectator was a daily publication of 1711-12, founded by Joseph Addison and Richard Steele in England after they met at Charterhouse School. Eustace Budgell, a cousin of Addison's, also contributed to the publication. ...
  6. Hathaway Publishing is a subsidiary of Ottaway Community Newspapers, itself a division of News Corporation. Hathaway publishes five weekly newspapers in the South Coast region of Massachusetts.
  7. Valdosta State University, also referred to as VSU, or Valdosta State, is an American public university and is one of the two regional universities in the University System of Georgia. Valdosta State is located on a campus at the heart of the city of Valdosta in Lowndes County, Georgia. ...
  8. Spectators (1999) is the fourth full album of the German synthpop duo Wolfsheim. As with all of their commercially available albums, this album is bilingual, although most tracks are in English. ...
  9. One who observes an event; an observer
  10. (spectatorial) of or relating to a spectator
  11. (SPECTATORS) Members of the public observing court proceedings. The Sixth Amendment to the Constitution guarantees a defendant the right to a public trial.
  12. (Spectators) Made popular in the 1920s and 30s by Jazz and Swing musicians, they are a kind of shoe that (like the saddle shoe) is made from contrasting colored materials. Spectators do not have the typical saddle-look of the saddle shoe, however. ...
  13. (Spectators) The Paralympic Games have established themselves as a popular event over the last few years. More spectators than ever before are expected at the games in Beijing.
  14. (in  The Spectator (British periodical [1711–12]))
  15. A stylish shoe with two different materials or colors with cut edging or holes punched in for contrast.
  16. a traditional style with stitching and perfining, usually two-tone.
  17. A shoe design that is characterized by 2 materials, often of different colors or materials, with an edge of the dominant color having a pinking edge exposed, and a perforated design on the toe.
  18. A person watching a trick or performance.
  19. Attendance can be translated as. When other round until you die CS’de’ll spectator. In addition, when you connect to a server instead of a spectator to play, so the audience can
  20. These stylish, retro shoes are known for their two-tone color, similar to saddle shoes. Most spectators are wingtips, however they can also have cap toe and are predominantly seen in black and white but other color combinations update this classic style.
  21. a person who watches an event
  22. (Melbourne), 8, 29 Mar 1895