The eager spectators crowded into the stadium.
The stadium was packed with excited spectators.
A mere 529 spectators watched the game.
There were more spectators than I had expected.
About eighty thousand spectators packed into the stadium last night.
The match attracted over 40 000 spectators.
The band entertained the spectators at the parade.
With a scream the spectators scattered.
The judge bound the spectators to keep quiet.
The spectators were moved by her graceful performance.
Spectators gathered as he climbed into the plane.
Thousands of spectators got very excited.
In a football game the spectators are usually ardent rooters for one of the two teams, but there also is a small group who will climb on the bandwagon of the winning team.
The spectators at the baseball match cheered their team on.
Inglés palabrapúblico"(spectators) ocurre en conjuntos:Fichas del libro - "The Bores" (Moliere)Fichas del libro - "A Bad Day for Vermin" (Keith L...Fichas del libro - "Without Dogma" (Henryk Sienkie...Fichas del libro - "An Essay on Criticism" (John O...Fichas del libro - "The Growth of a Soul" (August ...
Heed public opinion.
The Japanese public bathhouse was once used as a center of social life in one's neighborhood.
It is not necessary for the public to know whether I am joking or whether I am serious, just as it is not necessary for me to know it myself.
Governments, in order to teach how to enjoy cell phones without being controlled by them, have established behavior rules that limit their use in public places, such as in churches, in schools, or during tests.
The Recruit scandal is a corruption scandal concerning public officials and politicians who accepted as bribes undisclosed shares from the RecruitCoscom company. The shares had been rising steadily.
How many women do you know that are managers with high levels of responsibility in Italian companies, public or private?
Businesses often have a list of 5-10 'mission statements' featured in their brochures, on their websites or hanging in their office detailing the values they hold as a form of communication to their employees, their clients and the public.
Such employments as warfare, politics, public worship, and public merrymaking, are felt, in the popular apprehension, to differ intrinsically from the labour that has to do with elaborating the material means of life.
A love story that unfolds between an unlikely pair, a public prosecutor from a good family and a modern high school girl.
For example, China's public transport is without a doubt better than the UK's, but the UK's public welfare may be better than China's.
They vote in secret, may seek public office, and may demand the removal of public officials who behave improperly.
There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with power to endanger the public liberty.
Inglés palabrapúblico"(public) ocurre en conjuntos:Fichas del libro - "Stories of Fortune" (Various)Fichas del libro - "With the Allies" (Richard Hard...Fichas del libro - "Meccania The Super-State" (Owe...Fichas del libro - "The Eight Strokes of the Clock...Fichas del libro - "Eighteenth Century Vignettes" ...