Tesauro Inglês

Sinônimos de scene

(substantivo) 
Definition
a division of an act of a play, in which the setting is fixed and the action is continuous
the opening scene
Sinônimos
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division
Each was divided into several divisions.
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episode
The final episode will be shown next Saturday.
(substantivo) 
Definition
the backcloths or screens used to represent a location in a play or film set
The lights go up, revealing a scene of chaos.
Sinônimos
setting
The house is in a lovely setting in the hills.
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set
He achieved fame for his stage sets for the Folies Bergères.
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background
roses patterned on the blue background
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location
the city's newest luxury hotel has a beautiful location.
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backdrop
The election will take place against a backdrop of increasing instability.
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mise en scène (French)
(substantivo) 
Definition
an incident or situation, real or imaginary, esp. as described or represented
There were emotional scenes as the refugees enjoyed their first breath of freedom.
Sinônimos
incident
They have not based it on any incident from the past.
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happening
plans to hire freelance reporters to cover the latest happenings
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event
in the wake of recent events in Europe
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episode
an unhappy episode in my life
(substantivo) 
Definition
the place where an action or event, real or imaginary, occurs
Riot vans were on the scene in minutes.
Sinônimos
site
the site of Moses' tomb
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place
the place where the temple actually stood
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position
The ship's position was reported to the coastguard.
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stage
He was finally forced off the political stage last year.
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situation
The garden is in a beautiful situation.
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spot
They returned to the remote spot where they had left him.
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locality
Such a locality is popularly referred to as a `hot spot'.
(substantivo) 
Definition
a particular activity or aspect of life, and all the things associated with it
(informal)  the local music sceneSport just isn't my scene.
Sinônimos
world
The publishing world had never seen an event quite like this.
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environment
The children were brought up in completely different environments.
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preserve
The conduct of foreign policy is largely the preserve of the president.
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arena
He has no intention of withdrawing from the political arena.
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realm
the realm of politics
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domain
This sort of information should be in the public domain.
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milieu
They stayed within their own social milieu.
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field of interest
(substantivo) 
Definition
the view of a place or landscape
James Lynch's country scenes
Sinônimos
view
The view from our window was one of beautiful countryside.
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prospect
The windows overlooked the superb prospect of the hills.
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panorama
He looked out over a panorama of hills and valleys.
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vista
an endless vista of snow peaks and shadowed valleys
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landscape
Arizona's desert landscape
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outlook
The house has an expansive southern outlook over the valley.
(substantivo) 
Definition
a display of emotion or loss of temper in public
I'm sorry I made such a scene.
Sinônimos
fuss
I don't know what all the fuss is about.
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to-do
Just like him to make such a to-do about it.
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row
The meeting descended into an unpleasant row.
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performance (informal)
She made a big performance of cooking the dinner.
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carry-on (informal, mainly British)
What's all the carry-on down here?
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tantrum
My son had a tantrum and banged his fist on the ground.
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commotion
He heard a terrible commotion outside.
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display of emotion
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hissy fit (informal)
(substantivo) 
Definition
a shot or series of shots that constitutes a unit of the action
She was told to cut some scenes from her new series.
Sinônimos
section
a geological section of a rock
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part
A large part of his earnings went on repaying the bank loan.
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sequence
the best sequence in the film
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segment
the poorer segments of society
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clip
an historical film clip of Lenin speaking
(substantivo) 
Sinônimos
show
the Chelsea flower show
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display
a dazzling dance display
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sight
Among the most spectacular sights are the great sea-bird colonies.
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drama
He acted in radio dramas.
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exhibition
an exhibition of expressionist art
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spectacle
a director passionate about music and spectacle
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pageant
a traditional Christmas pageant
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tableau
a nativity tableau

expressão idiomática

See behind the scenes

Sinônimos adicionais

in the sense of arena
Definition
a sphere of intense activity
He has no intention of withdrawing from the political arena.
in the sense of backdrop
The election will take place against a backdrop of increasing instability.
Sinônimos
in the sense of background
Definition
the space behind the chief figures or objects in a picture
roses patterned on the blue background
Sinônimos

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