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the·a·ter

(thē'ă-tĕr),
1. A large room for lectures and demonstrations; sometimes applied to an operating room equipped for observation by people other than the surgical team.
2. Any operating room or suite of such rooms.
[G. theatron, a place for seeing, theater, fr. theomai, to look at]

the·a·ter

(thē'ă-tĕr)
1. A large room for lectures and demonstrations; sometimes applied to an operating room equipped for observation by persons other than the surgical team.
2. Any operating room or suite of such rooms.
Synonym(s): theatre.
[G. theatron, a place for seeing, theater, fr. theomai, to look at]
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