audiens

audiens
sg - audiénsen, pl - audiénser
аудие́нция ж, приём м
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audience
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(en -er) audience;
[få audiens hos] obtain an audience of;
[blive modtaget i audiens] be received in audience (af by);
[han var i audiens hos dronningen] he had an audience of the Queen.

Danish-English dictionary. 2013.

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