[ aw-dish-uh n ]
/ ɔˈdɪʃ ən /
a trial hearing given to a singer, actor, or other performer to test suitability for employment, professional training or competition, etc.
a reading or other simplified rendering of a theatrical work, performed before a potential backer, producer, etc.
the act, sense, or power of hearing.
something that is heard.
verb (used with or without object)
to try or compete in an audition: to audition aspiring actors; to audition for the leading role.
Origin of audition
Related formsau·di·tion·er, nounre·au·di·tion, nounun·au·di·tioned, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for auditioner (1 of 2)
/ (ɔːˈdɪʃənə) /
a person who attends an audition
British Dictionary definitions for auditioner (2 of 2)
/ (ɔːˈdɪʃən) /
a test at which a performer or musician is asked to demonstrate his ability for a particular role, etc
the act, sense, or power of hearing
to judge by means of or be tested in an audition
Word Origin for audition
C16: from Latin audītiō a hearing, from audīre to hear
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Medicine definitions for auditioner
[ ô-dĭsh′ən ]
The sense, ability, or power of hearing.
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