skybox

[skahy-boks]
noun
a private compartment, usually near the top of a stadium, for viewing a sports contest.

Origin:
1980–85; sky + box1

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skybox (ˈskɑɪˌbɒks)
 
n
(US) a luxurious suite high up in the stand of a sports stadium, which is rented out to groups of spectators, corporations, etc

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Example sentences
Stadiums and arenas are meticulously reproduced down to the location of exit rows and the ads on each skybox.
Once you arrive at the racetrack, you will be escorted to a skybox over looking the mile long racetrack.
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