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spec·tate

 (spĕk′tāt)
intr.v. spec·tat·ed, spec·tat·ing, spec·tates
To attend (a sporting event, for example) as a spectator.

[Back-formation from spectator.]
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spectate

(spɛkˈteɪt)
vb
(intr) to be a spectator, esp at a sporting event; watch
[C20: back formation from spectator]
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spec•tate

(ˈspɛk teɪt)

v.i. -tat•ed, -tat•ing.
to be present as a spectator.
[1700–10; back formation from spectator]
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spectate


Past participle: spectated
Gerund: spectating

Imperative
spectate
spectate
Present
I spectate
you spectate
he/she/it spectates
we spectate
you spectate
they spectate
Preterite
I spectated
you spectated
he/she/it spectated
we spectated
you spectated
they spectated
Present Continuous
I am spectating
you are spectating
he/she/it is spectating
we are spectating
you are spectating
they are spectating
Present Perfect
I have spectated
you have spectated
he/she/it has spectated
we have spectated
you have spectated
they have spectated
Past Continuous
I was spectating
you were spectating
he/she/it was spectating
we were spectating
you were spectating
they were spectating
Past Perfect
I had spectated
you had spectated
he/she/it had spectated
we had spectated
you had spectated
they had spectated
Future
I will spectate
you will spectate
he/she/it will spectate
we will spectate
you will spectate
they will spectate
Future Perfect
I will have spectated
you will have spectated
he/she/it will have spectated
we will have spectated
you will have spectated
they will have spectated
Future Continuous
I will be spectating
you will be spectating
he/she/it will be spectating
we will be spectating
you will be spectating
they will be spectating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been spectating
you have been spectating
he/she/it has been spectating
we have been spectating
you have been spectating
they have been spectating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been spectating
you will have been spectating
he/she/it will have been spectating
we will have been spectating
you will have been spectating
they will have been spectating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been spectating
you had been spectating
he/she/it had been spectating
we had been spectating
you had been spectating
they had been spectating
Conditional
I would spectate
you would spectate
he/she/it would spectate
we would spectate
you would spectate
they would spectate
Past Conditional
I would have spectated
you would have spectated
he/she/it would have spectated
we would have spectated
you would have spectated
they would have spectated
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.spectate - be a spectator in a sports event
view, watch, take in, see, catch - see or watch; "view a show on television"; "This program will be seen all over the world"; "view an exhibition"; "Catch a show on Broadway"; "see a movie"
Based on WordNet 3.0, Farlex clipart collection. © 2003-2012 Princeton University, Farlex Inc.
Translations
يَتَفَرَّج
sledovat jako divák
nézője
vera áhorfandi
sledovať ako divák
izlemekseyretmek

spectate

[spekˈteɪt] VImirar
they come to spectatevienen de espectadores
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spectate

vi (inf: esp Sport) → zuschauen (at bei)
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spectator

(spekˈteitə) , ((American) ˈspekteitər) noun
a person who watches (an event). Fifty thousand spectators came to the match.
specˈtate verb
to be a spectator (at an event).
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The event is free to spectate with some of the best places to watch the action being near to the start and finish areas near Stirling Golf Club.
Residents are also advised against parking their cars near accident sites and crossing the road on foot to spectate.
As you can see from our video, riders go upside down during the course of the ride so if you fancy a go, be sure to keep your belongings well zipped up are in the hands of a mate who's happy to just spectate!
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KARACHI -- Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Sunday joined thousands of cricket lovers here at the National Stadium- to spectate the final match of the Third Pakistan Super League -2018.
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SPECTATE Redcar Half Marathon CHEER on the runners at the Redcar Half Marathon.
While most of his fellow Bahrain Endurance teammates have been in Hawaii the past few weeks to race or spectate at the Ironman World Championship, Amberger has been stuck into training in his native Queensland.