teatro

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Esperanto[edit]

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From English theatre, French théâtre, German Theater, Spanish and Italian teatro, Russian теа́тр (teátr), from Latin theātrum, from Ancient Greek θέατρον (théatron, a place for viewing).

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teatro (accusative singular teatron, plural teatroj, accusative plural teatrojn)

  1. a building where theatrical productions are performed, theater (theatre) (building)
  2. everyone related to such a building, collectively (its actors, set designers, administrators, etc.)
  3. the art of theater

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Ido[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Esperanto teatro, English theatre, French théâtre, German Theater, Spanish and Italian teatro, Russian теа́тр (teátr), from Latin theātrum, from Ancient Greek θέατρον (théatron, a place for viewing).

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teatro (plural teatri)

  1. theater

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Italian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin theātrum, from Ancient Greek θέατρον (théatron, a place for viewing).

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teatro m (plural teatri)

  1. theatre, theater (building where plays are performed)
  2. (Can we verify(+) this sense?) movie theater, cinema
  3. drama (theatrical plays in general)

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Portuguese[edit]

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teatro

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin theātrum (theatre; stage), from Ancient Greek θέατρον (théatron, a place for viewing), from θεάομαι (theáomai, to see; to watch; to observe).

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teatro m (plural teatros)

  1. theater (place or building)
  2. (uncountable) theater (drama or performance as a profession or artform)
  3. a theatrical performance
  4. theater (a region where a particular action takes place)
  5. (figuratively) drama (rumor, lying or exaggerated reaction to life events)

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Spanish[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin theātrum, from Ancient Greek θέατρον (théatron, a place for viewing).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /teˈatɾo/, [t̪e.ˈa.t̪ɾo]

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teatro m (plural teatros)

  1. theater, theatre (building where plays are performed)
  2. theater, drama (drama or performance as a profession or art form)
    obra de teatroplay
    En general, prefiero el cine al teatro.
    I generally prefer cinema to drama.
  3. theater (a region where a particular action takes place; a specific field of action, usually with reference to war)
  4. theatrics, drama, melodrama (exaggerated reaction to life events)
    ¡Relájate y no le eches tanto teatro!
    Relax and don't be so dramatic!
  5. (US, chiefly in names) movie theater, cinema
    • 1942, Revista del Comercio Exterior (Mexico), Vol. 7, Issues 13-24, p. 34:
      Durante el mes de julio se exhibieron, en el Teatro Metro, de San Diego, las siguientes películas []
    • 2011, Alberto Fuguet, Las películas de mi vida:
      Vista en: 1967, Teatro Chino, Hollywood, California
    • 2014, Mary Escamilla, Memorias del Million Dollar y Secretos de los más Famosos, p. 11:
      Teatros 'Metropolitana' cerró el Teatro Million Dollar el 1o. de marzo de 1993. Casi inmediatamente el teatro fue alquilado por una iglesia []

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