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  1. scene

    • IPA[siːn]

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    • n.
      the place where an incident in real life or fiction occurs or occurred;a place or setting regarded as having a particular character or making a particular impression
    • noun: scene, plural noun: scenes

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    • 1. the place where an incident in real life or fiction occurs or occurred:

      the emergency team were among the first on the scene

      relatives left floral tributes at the scene of the crash

    • 2. a place or setting regarded as having a particular character or making a particular impression:

      a scene of carnage

    • 3. a landscape:

      thick snow had turned the scene outside into a picture postcard

    • 4. an incident of a specified nature:

      there had already been some scenes of violence

    • 5. a representation of an incident, or the incident itself:

      scenes of 1930s America

    • 6. a specified area of activity or interest:

      one of the biggest draws on the Irish music scene

    • 7. a social environment frequented predominantly by homosexuals:

      I don't go out into the scene now

    • 8. a public display of emotion or anger:

      she was loath to make a scene in the office

    • 9. a sequence of continuous action in a play, film, opera, or book:

      a scene from Tarantino's latest movie

    • 10. a subdivision of an act of a play in which the time is continuous and the setting fixed and which does not usually involve a change of characters:

      beginning at Act One, Scene One

    • 11. the pieces of scenery used in a play or opera:

      scene changes

    • n. a drop curtain used as part of stage scenery, especially one in front of which a scene is played while the setting is changed behind.

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    • n. an actor who outshines the rest of the cast, especially unexpectedly.

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    • n. a drop curtain used as part of stage scenery, especially one in front of which a scene is played while the setting is changed behind.

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    • n. a space in a theatre near the stage in which scenery is stored.

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    • n. a model or tableau representing the scene of Jesus Christ's birth, displayed in homes or public places at Christmas.

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    • n. the place where an offense has been committed and forensic evidence may be gathered:

    • fingerprints left at a crime scene

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    • n. a person who moves the scenery on a stage between the scenes of a play.

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    • adj. (of a homosexual) not inclined to participate in the social environment frequented predominantly by other homosexuals:

    • his first partner was a non-scene bricklayer

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    • IPA[sēn]

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    • n.
      the place where an incident in real life or fiction occurs or occurred:
    • the emergency team were among the first on the scene

      relatives left flowers at the scene of the crash

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