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spectator

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A group of spectators at a rowing event.
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From Latin spectātor, from frequentative verb spectō (watch), from speciō (look at).

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spectator (plural spectators)

  1. One who observes an event; an observer.
    The cheering spectators watched the fireworks.

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LatinEdit

EtymologyEdit

Latin agent noun from perfect passive participle spectātus, from frequentative form spectō (watch), from speciō (look at).

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NounEdit

spectātor m (genitive spectātōris); third declension

  1. spectator, watcher

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Third declension.

Number Singular Plural
nominative spectātor spectātōrēs
genitive spectātōris spectātōrum
dative spectātōrī spectātōribus
accusative spectātōrem spectātōrēs
ablative spectātōre spectātōribus
vocative spectātor spectātōrēs

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