Definition of 'scene'
Example sentences containing 'scene'
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That school was used for the chapel and the playing field scenes. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You can picture the opening scene already. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The political scene will be the liveliest since devolution. Times, Sunday Times (2006)We all jumped back into the car and raced away from the scene of the crime. FRANKIE: The Autobiography of Frankie Dettori (2004)This would set the scene for an intriguing clash of philosophies in the back row. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Only in the last few scenes does the film weaken. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The court heard that police and ambulances arrived at the scene of the staged accident. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is the best scene in the book. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)What they did not know was that behind the scenes cheerleading had changed. Times, Sunday Times (2010)So filming their first scenes since her comeback was emotional for both of them. The Sun (2015)It was like a scene from a play. Scottish Voices 1745-1960 (1990)It can help draw attention to an area of a scene that would normally be too bland to be noticed. Collins Complete Guide to Photography (1993) Picture the scene if you dare. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The scenes were pictures from my first school Bible. THE ZANZIBAR CHEST: A Memoir of Love and War (2003)The Chariots of Fire beach running scene just gets me. Christianity Today (2000)In shocking scenes, she ages by decades and is left a wrinkly OAP! The Sun (2008)
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Translations for 'scene'
British English: scene /siːn/ NOUN
A scene in a play, film, or book is part of it in which a series of events happen in the same place.
...the opening scene of the play.
- American English: scene
- Arabic: مَشْهَد
- Brazilian Portuguese: cena
- Chinese: 现场
- Croatian: scena
- Czech: dějiště
- Danish: scene
- Dutch: scène voorval, toneel
- European Spanish: escenario suceso
- Finnish: tapahtumapaikka rikoksen ym.
- French: scène partie d’un film
- German: Schauplatz
- Greek: σκηνή
- Italian: scena
- Japanese: 場面
- Korean: 현장
- Norwegian: scene
- Polish: scena widownia
- European Portuguese: cena
- Romanian: scenă
- Russian: сцена
- Spanish: escenario
- Swedish: scen
- Thai: สถานที่เกิดเหตุ
- Turkish: sahne olay, bölüm
- Ukrainian: сцена
- Vietnamese: quang cảnh
Definition of scene from the Collins English Dictionary
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