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(名词) 
Definition
a step or period of development, growth, or progress
the final stage of the tour
同义词
step
Aristotle took the scientific approach a step further.
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leg
The first leg of the journey was by boat.
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phase
The crisis is entering a crucial phase.
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point
At this point, Diana arrived.
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level
in order according to their level of difficulty
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period
the Victorian period
, , , ,
(名词) 
Definition
the platform in a theatre where actors perform
I went on stage and did my show.
同义词
platform
Nick finished his speech and jumped down from the platform.
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stand
The teapot came with a stand to catch the drips.
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podium
A bomb was discovered under the speaker's podium at the conference.
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rostrum
He stood on the winner's rostrum.
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dais
She sat on the dais along with the other guests of honour.
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soapbox
(名词) 
Definition
the scene of an event or action
He was finally forced off the political stage last year.
同义词
scene
Riot vans were on the scene in minutes.
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area
She was involved in every area of the project.
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field
They are both experts in their field.
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theatre
The area has often been a theatre of war.
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territory
They deny that any of their territory is under rebel control.
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province
Opera remained largely the province of the aristocracy.
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arena
He has no intention of withdrawing from the political arena.
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scope
the scope of a novel
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sphere
the sphere of international politics
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realm
the realm of politics
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domain
This sort of information should be in the public domain.
(动词) 
Definition
to present (a dramatic production) on stage
She staged her first play at the Edinburgh Festival.
同义词
present
The theatre is presenting a new production of `Hamlet'.
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produce
I'm going to produce the show and write the scripts.
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perform
students performing Shakespeare's Macbeth
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put on
,
do
I've always wanted to do a show on his life.
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give
This recipe was given to me years ago.
They still give to charity despite hard economic times.
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play
His ambition is to play the part of Dracula.
(动词) 
Definition
to organize and carry out (an event)
In the middle of this year the government staged a huge military parade.
同义词
organize
He began to organize his papers.
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mount
mounting an exhibition of historical Tiffany jewellery
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arrange
She arranged an appointment for Friday afternoon.
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lay on
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orchestrate
The colonel orchestrated the rebellion from inside his army jail.
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engineer
a short-lived coup engineered by the army

短语

See the stage

其他同义词

in the sense of area
Definition
a subject field
She was involved in every area of the project.
同义词
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 arrange
Definition
to plan in advance
She arranged an appointment for Friday afternoon.
同义词
fix up,
jack up (New Zealand, informal)

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