plateia

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plateia (plural plateias)

  1. A town square in Greece or Cyprus

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin platēa, from Ancient Greek πλατεῖα (plateîa, flat, level). Compare the inherited doublet praça (plaza), also present in Italian platea, piazza, and Spanish platea, plaza

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plateia f (plural plateias)

  1. stalls (seat in a theatre close to and about level with the stage)
  2. (by extension) audience
    Synonym: público
    • 2014, Leo Lins, Segredos da comédia stand-up, Panda Books →ISBN
      Fazer standup em um programa funciona quando ele tem uma plateia adequada ou quando o apresentador reage às piadas. Alguns colegas no começo da carreira foram no extinto Programa da Hebe. A média de idade da plateia era em  ...
  3. the public
    Synonym: público