Definition of Spectate

1. Verb. Be a spectator in a sports event.

Generic synonyms: Catch, See, Take In, View, Watch
Derivative terms: Spectator



Definition of Spectate

1. Verb. (intransitive) to attend an event as a spectator. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Spectate

1. to attend and view [v -TATED, -TATING, -TATES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spectate

specs
spectable
spectacle
spectacle eyes
spectacle plane
spectacled
spectacled bear
spectacled bears
spectacled caiman
spectacles
spectacular
spectacularity
spectacularly
spectacularness
spectaculars
spectate (current term)
spectated
spectates
spectating
spectation
spectator
spectator pump
spectator sport
spectator sports
spectatorial
spectatorially
spectators
spectatorship
spectatorships

Literary usage of Spectate

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1. Elements of Latin by Benjamin Leonard D'Ooge (1921)
"spectate magistrum (teacher). Quid facit ? Magister discipulis fabulam narrat. Magister multas et gratas fabulas in memoria habet. Cum pueri sunt tardi, ..."

2. Elements of Latin by Benjamin Leonard D'Ooge (1921)
"spectate magistrum (teacher). Quid facit ? Magister discipulis fabulam narrat. Magister multas et gratas fabulas in memoria habet. Cum pueri sunt tardi, ..."

3. Elements of Latin by Benjamin Leonard D'Ooge (1921)
"spectate magistrum (teacher). Quid facit ? Magister discipulis fabulam narrat. Magister multas et gratis fabulas in memoria habet. Cum pueri sunt tardi, ..."

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