noun, plural stadiums, stadia
[stey-dee-uh] /ˈsteɪ di ə/ (Show IPA)
a sports arena, usually oval or horseshoe-shaped, with tiers of seats for spectators.
an ancient Greek course for foot races, typically semicircular, with tiers of seats for spectators.
an ancient Greek and Roman unit of length, the Athenian unit being equal to about 607 feet (185 meters).
a stage in a process or in the life of an organism.
Entomology. stage (def 11b).
noun (pl) -diums, -dia (-dɪə)
a sports arena with tiered seats for spectators
(in ancient Greece) a course for races, usually located between two hills providing natural slopes for tiers of seats
an ancient Greek measure of length equivalent to about 607 feet or 184 metres
(in many arthropods) the interval between two consecutive moultings
(obsolete) a particular period or stage in the development of a disease
noun 1. an insulated, parkalike jacket that reaches to the mid thigh or the knees and often has a drawstring around the bottom edge, worn outdoors in cold weather.
noun 1. staddle.
noun 1. stadholder.
noun, plural staffs for 1–5, 9; staves [steyvz] /steɪvz/ (Show IPA) or staffs for 6–8, 10, 11. 1. a group of persons, as employees, charged with carrying out the work of an establishment or executing some undertaking. 2. a group of assistants to a manager, superintendent, or executive. 3. a member of a staff. 4. […]