English version

ambiance

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishambianceam‧bi‧ance /ˈæmbiəns/ noun [singular] 🔊 🔊 XXanother spelling of ambience
Examples from the Corpus
ambianceHardy sprinkles little gold flakes that simultaneously float atop this buzz-maker and match the spectacular, cavernous Art Deco ambiance.But she establishes her ambiance well: This Mississippi heat is as thick and threatening as Bubba breath.The bright light and garden sunroom ambiance are as delightful as ever.The ambiance is celebratory and relaxed; the clients, a little sleepy-eyed and very mellow.This ambiance is revealing, for in its heart of hearts the Alumni Club feels threatened.Textured seats and colourful woven floor matting add to the hot tropical ambiance.
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