出典:『Wiktionary』 (2015/05/18 20:23 UTC 版)
- A platform on which to stand, as when conducting an orchestra or preaching at a pulpit.
- (proscribed) A stand used to hold notes when speaking publicly.
- (sports かつ other competitions) A steepled platform upon which the three competitors with the best results may stand when being handed their medals or prize.
- (sports) A result amongst the best three at a competition.
- A low wall, serving as a foundation, a substructure, or a terrace wall.
Some people object to the “stand for holding notes” sense on the grounds that because of its etymology, podium ought to refer to something that is stood upon (または that at least pertains to the feet in some way), and that lectern should instead be used, as it refers to “reading”.
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a podium used by a lecturer
講釈師が語る時に前に置く台 - EDR日英対訳辞書
In the women's event, Japanese skaters swept the podium.
女子の種目で，日本人選手が表彰台を独占した。 - 浜島書店 Catch a Wave
the action of getting the attention of a customers before the opening performance of a professional storyteller by hitting the podium with a fan
講釈師の前座が客寄せに,見台を張り扇で叩くこと - EDR日英対訳辞書