Tribune Meaning and Definition


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Tribune meaning

Word: Tribune

How to pronounce: ˈtrɪbjuːn

Noun

Definitions:

1. An official in ancient Rome chosen by the plebeians to protect their interests.A Roman legionary officer.A popular leader; a champion of the people.

Example sentences: "Frustrated there, he ran for tribune of the people and was elected for 133."

Noun

Definitions:

1. An apse in a basilica.

Example sentences: "However the view of the tribune of S. Maria Maggiore was already shown in plate 122."

2. A dais or rostrum, especially in a church.

Example sentences: "From 1922 his stylistically radical work was put to utilitarian ends, including the design of speakers' tribunes and latterly agitprop photomontage and graphic design."


Synonyms:

rostrum

platform

podium

dais

stage

stand


Derivations:

tribunal


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Tribune in Other Languages...

Spanish:

German: Tribüne

French: Tribune

Italian: Tribuna

Turkish: Tribün


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