- [C]戏院,剧院,露天剧场 building or outdoor area for the performance of plays and similar entertainments
- [C]礼堂,阶梯教室; 手术室 room or hall for lectures, etc. with seats in rows rising one behind another; room in a hospital, etc. where surgical operations are performed
- [U]戏剧,戏剧文学,剧本的写作或演出 dramatic literature or art; the writing, acting and producing of plays
- [S]戏剧界,戏剧业 the theatrical world as a profession or way of life
a building where theatrical performances or motion-picture shows can be presented;
"the house was full"
the art of writing and producing plays
a region in which active military operations are in progress;
"the army was in the field awaiting action"
"he served in the Vietnam theater for three years"
- There is a ban on smoking in the theatre.
- I waited for her in the lobby of theatre yesterday.
- Crowds disgorged from the theatre into the dark street.
- The theatre gives two performances a day.
- Do you enjoy the theatre?
- She is been in the theatre all her life.
- Some of us do not know much about the theatre.
- I like music, theatre and cinema.
- She was in the operating theatre for two hours.
- They fought in the Pacific theatre during World War II.
- Excuse me, is this bus for the theatre?
- I've got complimentary tickets for the theatre.
- The theatre is her spiritual home.
- There are more theatres in London than in any other British city.
- The play was acted at the Changjiang theatre.
- Let's meet at the box office of the Art theatre.
- The doctors and nurses arrived in the operating theatre soon.
- He entered his lecture theatre and put his hat on the end of the table.
- She specializes in the Elizabethan theatre.
- He went to the theatre to see a Shakespeare's play last Saturday.
- He turned his attention to the theatre and wrote many successful plays.
- He coached the young man in the theatre and developed his power of improvisation.
- I am afraid this play is not good theatre.
- Let's go to the theatre first and eat afterward.
- A theatre evening has been arranged.
- She wants to go into the theatre.
- He's in the theatre.
- build a theatre 建造剧院
- close a theatre 关闭剧院
- crowd a theatre 挤满剧场
- devote to the theatre 献身戏剧
- empty a theatre 使剧场空无一人
- enter the theatre 进入戏院,走进剧院
- frequent a theatre 常去剧院
- go to the theatre 去看戏
- manage a theatre 经营剧院
- open a theatre 开剧院
- operate a theatre 经营剧院
- pack the theatre 挤满剧场
- run theatre 经营剧院
- amusing theatre 闹剧
- bad theatre 舞台效果不好
- cheap theatre 票价便宜的剧院
- comfortable theatre 舒适的剧院
- expensive theatre 票价高的剧院
- experimental theatre 实验剧
- good theatre 舞台效果好
- great theatre 伟大的剧作
- living theatre 舞台剧
- modern theatre 现代戏剧
- open-air theatre 露天剧场
- outdoor theatre 露天剧场
- poor theatre 舞台效果不好
- traditional theatre 传统剧
- two theatres 两个剧院
Girt by her theatre of hills.出自： Byron
- theatre, cinema
- cinema指电影院; theatre指剧场。可放电影又可供演出的剧院既可称为cinema,也可称为theatre。cinema以放电影为主, theatre以上演话剧、音乐会、戏曲等为主。
误 Her uncle never went to theatre.
正 Her uncle never went to the theatre.
析 在go to school, go to church, go to hospital等词组中名词前通常不用定冠词,但是go to the theatre, go to the cinema, go to the movies等词组中名词前应用定冠词。
- ☆ 14世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自古法语的theatre；最初源自拉丁语的theatrum，意为戏院。