spectate


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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.]

spectate

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

spec•tate

(ˈspɛk teɪt)

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

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
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"
Translations
يَتَفَرَّج
sledovat jako divák
nézője
vera áhorfandi
sledovať ako divák
izlemekseyretmek

spectate

[spekˈteɪt] VImirar
they come to spectatevienen de espectadores

spectate

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

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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