Audience Audile

Audiences

Meanings and phrases

critics and audiences

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E.g.
  • But it was mainly panned by critics and audiences alike.
  • The film was poorly received by critics and audiences alike.
  • "Inside" has received mixed reviews from critics and audiences.

large audiences

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E.g.
  • Their powerful preaching reached very large audiences.
  • These performances drew large audiences.
  • Goldman returned to the US and continued speaking to large audiences.

international audiences

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E.g.
  • For international audiences, they were given out in a lottery from April 29 to May 9, 2017.
  • This new genre has attracted widespread attention from both local and international audiences.
  • After moving to Taiwan in 2009, Tony created many projects to introduce Taiwan to international audiences.

new audiences

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E.g.
  • The film remains one of the pioneering softcore films and continues to find new audiences and fans.
  • It means that our music is still relevant and ultimately that our songs continue to reach new audiences.
  • The Archive's outreach programmes encourage film literacy and find new audiences for films in its collection.

younger audiences

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E.g.
  • The film was edited for TV and younger audiences.
  • He has written a novel for younger audiences called "Travel Team."
  • These devices were meant for younger audiences who are not ready for the mainstream LeapPad's titles.

young audiences

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E.g.
  • The company runs programming for young audiences, as well as adults.
  • This version of the play was produced by Lincoln Center Education in 2007 and 2008 for young audiences.
  • Apart from the theatre itself, the building also features permanent exhibitions on astronomy, aimed at young audiences.

audiences and critics

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E.g.
  • It received great ratings from audiences and critics.
  • Both projects have been immensely appreciated by audiences and critics alike.
  • Too Early for Birds has received a largely positive response among audiences and critics.

popular with audiences

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E.g.
  • The film was widely popular with audiences of its time.
  • His dialogue "Antha Vishnu Maya" became popular with audiences.
  • The characters of "Winx Club" have become popular with audiences.

television audiences

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E.g.
  • A live ceremony was broadcast to television audiences.
  • He became best known to television audiences as the bumbling Frank Pickle in "The Vicar of Dibley".
  • Toal was best known to Irish television audiences for her role as Teasy McDaid on RTÉ One's "Glenroe" during the 1990s.

audiences alike

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E.g.
  • But it was mainly panned by critics and audiences alike.
  • The film was poorly received by critics and audiences alike.
  • It is a particular favorite among pianists and audiences alike.

mainstream audiences

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E.g.
  • Demographics shifted, and more hip and mainstream audiences were drawn to them.
  • Obsessive trivia can be used to bore mainstream audiences while building up subcultural capital.
  • They maintain a sense of exclusivity by offending mainstream audiences with misogyny, gore, and racism.
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