audience


audience
Audience, Audientia.
Donner audience, Fauere linguis. B.
Donner audience à aucun, Le laisser parler, Orationem alicui dare, Inducere causam, vel cognitionem. B. ex Plinio iuniore.
Donner audience, Prester l'oreille, Dare aures suas alicui.
Donner audience aux gens, et les laisser parler à soy, Sui potestatem facere.
Bailler à quelqu'un bonne audience, Benigne attenteque aliquem audire.
Bailler audience à quelqu'un dedans le Senat, Dare Senatum alicui.
Escouter et bailler audience, Audire alterum de re aliqua.
Il a eu bonne audience, Auditus est magno silentio.
Donner audience à plaider Admittere ad dicendam causam.
Donner audience à un Orateur, Dare locum Oratori.
Ne donner point audience, Iudicium non reddere.
Demander audience, Dicendi vel agendae causae locum et potestatem petere.
La Cour luy a donné audience, Senatus illi datus fuit. Liu. lib. 22.
Il demande audience, Senatum postulat. Liu. lib. 23.
Poursuyvir audience, Libellis frequentibus postulare, vt causae Curia det operam, Imminere occasioni Curiae in Consilium de causa sua mittendae. Aucupari diem in litis medium expromendae.
Poursuyvans audience, Libellarij flagitatores, Libellarij salutatores Curiae, Aucupes audientiae, Candidati audientiae, vel Audientiae competitores.
Esperer avoir bien tost audience, Sperare breui Curiam sibi datum iri.

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  • audience — [ odjɑ̃s ] n. f. • 1160 « action d écouter »; lat. audientia, de audire « entendre » 1 ♦ Vx ou littér. Action de bien vouloir écouter qqn. ⇒ attention. « Je vous demande un moment d audience » (Molière). Par ext. Intérêt porté à qqch. par le… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • audience — AUDIENCE. s. fém. Attention qne l on donne à celui qui parle. Parlez, vous aurez audience. Prêtez moi audience. Donnez moi un moment d audience. Une audience favorable. En ce sens, il se dit plus particulièrement en parlant des Princes, des… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • audience — AUDIENCE. s. f. Attention que l on donne à celuy qui parle. Parlez, vous aurez audience. prestez moy audience. une audience favorable. cela merite vostre audience, est digne de vostre audience. Il se dit plus particulierement en parlant des… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • audience — au‧di‧ence [ˈɔːdiəns ǁ ˈɒː , ˈɑː ] noun [countable] the number or kind of people who watch or listen to something that is broadcast on radio or television, or listen to a particular type of music: • The ad was broadcast on all major channels,… …   Financial and business terms

  • Audience — Au di*ence, n. [F. audience, L. audientia, fr. audire to hear. See {Audible}, a.] 1. The act of hearing; attention to sounds. [1913 Webster] Thou, therefore, give due audience, and attend. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. Admittance to a hearing; a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • audience — Au di*ence, n. [F. audience, L. audientia, fr. audire to hear. See {Audible}, a.] 1. The act of hearing; attention to sounds. [1913 Webster] Thou, therefore, give due audience, and attend. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. Admittance to a hearing; a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • audience — late 14c., the action of hearing, from O.Fr. audience, from L. audentia a hearing, listening, from audientum (nom. audiens), prp. of audire to hear, from PIE compound *au dh to perceive physically, grasp, from root *au to perceive (Cf. Gk.… …   Etymology dictionary

  • audience — [n1] group observing an entertainment or sporting event admirers, assemblage, assembly, congregation, crowd, devotees, fans, following, gallery, gathering, hearers, house, listeners, market, moviegoers, onlookers, patrons, playgoers, public,… …   New thesaurus

  • audience — index assemblage, bystander, collection (assembly), confrontation (act of setting face to face), congregation, interview, session …   Law dictionary

  • audience — / ɔ:djəns/, it. / ɔdjens/ s. ingl. [dal lat. audientia ], usato in ital. al femm., invar. (massm.) 1. [insieme di chi assiste a una trasmissione radiotelevisiva] ▶◀ ascoltatori, pubblico, (non com.) udienza. 2. (estens.) [dato percentuale… …   Enciclopedia Italiana


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