balcony · noun C /ˈbæl.kə.ni/Full view
balcony (HOUSE ETC.)
B1 a small area joined to the wall outside an upper room where you can stand or sit
Dictionary example:

We had a drink out on the balcony and watched the sunset.

Learner example:

It's got a balcony, too, from where I can see the river. (Preliminary English Test; B1; German)

balcony (THEATER)
C2 the seats in an upper part of a theater
Dictionary example:

We had seats in the balcony.

Learner example:

The balcony seats reserved for students and young tourists felt like [they were] located on [a steep] cliff, looking down [on] all the heads in the better seats rather than [at] the stage. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Korean)

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