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arena

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Sport, Performing
arenaa‧re‧na /əˈriːnə/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 DSAPa building with a large flat central area surrounded by seats, where sports or entertainments take place a sports arena an indoor arena2 the political/international/public etc arena
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arenaAn exhibition may be aimed at creating new marketing ideas or providing an arena for marketing.The concept of free will belongs to a different arena from that of fundamental laws of science.At this point, Cohan and Baggett still expected a proposal for a new arena.He would therefore argue that conventions are established by their acceptance by those who participate in the political arena.The city is planning to build a new sports arena.The percentage varies widely from stadium to stadium, arena to arena, depending on what criteria is used by tax boards.I am the arena of their power contest.They could eat early and all go to the arena.indoor arenaThe majestic indoor arena holds its premier four-day championship show from Thursday 23 to Sunday 26 September.
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