n.听众, 观众, 读者, 倾听, 拥护者, 正式会见
His speech won the applause of the audience.
He delighted the audience with his performance.
The audience was no less than five thousand.
Someone in the audience began to laugh.
a gathering of spectators or listeners at a (usually public) performance
the part of the general public interested in a source of information or entertainment
an opportunity to state your case and be heard
a conference (usually with someone important)
1. 听众, 观众; 读者群[C][G]
His books have a large audience.
The audience enjoyed every minute of the performance.
3. 谒见; 觐见[C]
He was granted an audience with the king.
4. (对意见, 申诉等的)听取[C][U]
n.观众, 听众, 读者
观众, 听众; 读者
The audience has expressed its approval.
The audiences are requested to be their seats by ７ ∶ ２５.
要求观众在７ ∶ ２５入座。
She felt nervous at having to sing before such a large audience.
Each style or form has its own audience.