[ UK /ˈæmbiəns/ ]
[ US /ˈæmbiəns/ ]
[ US /ˈæmbiəns/ ]
- the atmosphere of an environment
a particular environment or surrounding influence
there was an atmosphere of excitement
How To Use ambiance In A Sentence
- Hardy sprinkles little gold flakes that simultaneously float atop this buzz-maker and match the spectacular, cavernous Art Deco ambiance.
- Ristorante Tuscany brings the captivating rustic ambiance from Central Italy to Central Florida with true Tuscan cooking and Mikado Japanese Steakhouse features teppan-yaki chefs and exemplary sushi combinations. The Earth Times Online Newspaper
- Marvellous ambiance, snow-clad mountains (except in summer). Times, Sunday Times
- Thanks are due to Ambiance Hotel and BBB for the trophies, prize money and main raffle prizes.
- The track has the flat ambiance and limited dynamic range common to these films.
- The roar of the tank, the buzz of the jeep, and the sudden whiz of the banshee add the right amount of ambiance to an action game.
- Golden's tale is steeped in the ambiance of classic 1950's _Galaxy_ magazine, an editorial venue which, for good or ill, created such a strong template for a certain kind of SF storytelling that even now, fifty years after that magazine's heyday, we are still seeing new iterations of _Galaxy_'s trademark blend of social satire, irreverent anti-establishmentarianism, and pseudo-hardboiled narration. Asimov's Science Fiction
- That was just achieved by the enthusiastic participants, the solid organisation and the mondaine ambiance of Biarritz.
- Still, the product is thick and cushiony, making it suitable for sports facilities, such as gyms, and spaces where a certain ambiance is desired, such as sporting good stores.
- Fairtrade Scented Peach arrangement £37; evokes the feeling of a wild garden on a sunny afternoon, packed with fragranced Ambiance roses, alstroemeria, gypsphila and Cinderella pink lisianthus. Archive 2008-02-01