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  1. stage

    • IPA[steɪdʒ]

    英式

    • n.
      a point, period, or step in a process or development;a section of a journey or race
    • v.
      present a performance of (a play or other show);organize and participate in (a public event)
    • noun: stage, plural noun: stages

    • verb: stage, 3rd person present: stages, gerund or present participle: staging, past tense: staged, past participle: staged

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a point, period, or step in a process or development:

      there is no need at this stage to give explicit details

      I was in the early stages of pregnancy

    • 2. a section of a journey or race:

      the final stage of the journey is made by coach

    • 3. each of two or more sections of a rocket or spacecraft that have their own engines and are jettisoned in turn when their propellant is exhausted.
    • 4. a specified part of a circuit, typically one consisting of a single amplifying transistor or valve with the associated equipment:

      a series resistance between the headphones and the output stage

    • 5. a raised floor or platform, typically in a theatre, on which actors, entertainers, or speakers perform:

      there are only two characters on stage

    • 6. the acting or theatrical profession:

      I've always wanted to go on the stage

    • 7. a scene of action or forum of debate, especially in a particular political context:

      Britain is playing a leading role on the international stage

    • 8. a floor or level of a building or structure:

      the upper stage was added in the 17th century

    • 9. (on a microscope) a raised and usually movable plate on which a slide or object is placed for examination.
    • 10. (in chronostratigraphy) a range of strata corresponding to an age in time, forming a subdivision of a series:

      the Oxfordian stage

    • 11. (in palaeoclimatology) a period of time marked by a characteristic climate:

      the Boreal stage

    • 12. a stagecoach.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. present a performance of (a play or other show):

      the show is being staged at the Grand Opera House in Belfast

    • 2. organize and participate in (a public event):

      UDF supporters staged a demonstration in Sofia

    • 3. cause (something dramatic or unexpected) to happen:

      the President's attempt to stage a comeback

      the dollar staged a partial recovery

    • 4. style or furnish (a property for sale) in such a way as to enhance its attractiveness to potential buyers:

      once we've staged the house, we bring in our photographer

    • 5. diagnose or classify (a disease or patient) as having reached a particular stage in the expected progression of the disease:

      cancer of the prostate is staged by the way it feels on rectal exam

    • n. the method of presenting a play or other dramatic performance:

    • the quality of staging and design

      one of the better stagings of

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    • n. the method of presenting a play or other dramatic performance:

    • the quality of staging and design

      one of the better stagings of

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    • adj. presented or performed on a stage:

    • this is not the first time that a staged musical has been broadcast live

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    • adj. presented or performed on a stage:

    • this is not the first time that a staged musical has been broadcast live

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    • n.
      the centre of a stage:
    • I took my place in the darkened centre stage
    • adv.
      at or towards the middle of a stage:
    • at the play's opening she stands centre stage

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    • n.
      the center of a stage:
    • I took my place in the darkened center stage
    • adv.
      at or toward the middle of a stage:
    • at the play's opening she stands center stage

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    • v. be responsible for the lighting and other technical arrangements for (a stage play).

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    • n. a loud whisper uttered by an actor on stage, intended to be heard by the audience but supposedly unheard by other characters in the play.

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    • IPA[stāj]

    美式

    • n.
      a point, period, or step in a process or development:
    • there is no need at this stage to give explicit details

      I was in the early stages of pregnancy

    • v.
      present a performance of (a play or other show):
    • the show is being staged at the Goodspeed Opera House

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  2. 知識+

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