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[ US /ˈæmfəθiˈeɪtɝ/ ]
[ UK /ˈæmfɪθˌi‍ətɐ/ ]
  1. a sloping gallery with seats for spectators (as in an operating room or theater)
  2. an oval large stadium with tiers of seats; an arena in which contests and spectacles are held
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How To Use amphitheater In A Sentence

  • The cup-marked stone shown below, in the Sma’ Glen, near Crieff, Perthshire, Scotland, is situated in a large man-made concave-shaped amphitheatre in the hills, and has a prominent dumb-bell shaped cup-mark on its surface.
  • A drop-dead-gorgeous crowd was tangoing away in a makeshift, open-air amphitheater.
  • In the center of town was a stage and amphitheater which last night held the town's large orchestra and a glee club.
  • Presiding over the amphitheatre was a beast-headed god, his head half turned away. Henry’s Demons
  • Many Roman traditions and institutions also disappeared or simply became redundant in the process, not least the arenas and amphitheatres for the circuses and games once supported by the state and municipal authorities.
  • Beer followed pizza and we looked round the Roman amphitheatre which had been built by Roman legionnaires 1,800 years before.
  • This is one of the few amphitheatres that was used for both Roman political rallying and brutal gladiatorial sports – but tonight it is to host a dance competition.
  • A good museum in the castle is stuffed with antiquities, while a Roman amphitheatre overlooks all.
  • A drop-dead-gorgeous crowd was tangoing away in a makeshift, open-air amphitheater.
  • There are abandoned temples, coliseums, amphitheaters, ruins of old, ruined Greek-Roman fortresses - there are even alleyways of destroyed ancient cities.
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