1 a group of spectators or listeners, esp. at a public event such as a concert or play
2 the people reached by a book, film, or radio or television programme
3 the devotees or followers of a public entertainer, lecturer, etc.; regular public
4 an opportunity to put one's point of view, such as a formal interview with a monarch or head of state
(C14: from Old French, from Latin audientia a hearing, from audire to hear)
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