Meaning of spectator
Pronunciation: (spek'tā-tur, spek-tā'-), [key]
- a person who looks on or watches; onlooker; observer.
- a person who is present at and views a spectacle, display, or the like; member of an audience.
- Also calleda white shoe with a perforated wing tip and back trim, traditionally of dark brown, dark blue, or black but sometimes of a lighter color.
- a weekly periodical (1711–12, 1714) issued by Joseph Addison and Richard Steele.
- spectator (Thesaurus)