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arena (s) (noun), arenas (pl)
1. An indoor or outdoor area, surrounded by seating for spectators, where shows or sports events take place.
2. A group of adjoining mating territories of a species.

The Arena, More than a Place

The ancient Romans who watched the gladiators fighting to their deaths with swords and other weapons, or wild animals, killing and being killed, went to the amphitheaters for their "entertainment."

Arena where blood is spilled during slaughter.
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The ground couldn't soak up the quantities of blood spilled on it so the show producers covered the ground with absorbent arena (sand). The sand, or arena, became the name of the place for shows, then sports, etc.

This entry is located in the following unit: arena, areni- (page 1)
(signs given in the arenas of Rome and now in our modern times)
(historical perspectives for a better understanding of Roman events in their arenas)
Word Entries containing the term: “arenas
Furari litoris arenas.
To steal the sands of the seashore.

Another version is, "To undertake a never-ending task."

This entry is located in the following unit: Latin Proverbs, Mottoes, Phrases, and Words: Group F (page 5)