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n. everyone present, the whole audience, whole duration (of a competition or match)
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How is 全场 (quánchǎng) used in a sentence?
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"全场" (quánchǎng) is used to refer to everyone present, the whole audience, or the whole duration (of a competition or match). For example, you could say "全场的观众都很激动" (quánchǎng de guānzhòng dōu hěn jīdòng) which means "The whole audience was very excited".
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