ステージ, 舞台, 演芸, 段階, 演劇, 演劇術, 次, 劇壇, 劇界, 演劇場
Noun(1) any distinct time period in a sequence of events(2) a specific identifiable position in a continuum or series or especially in a process(3) a large platform on which people can stand and can be seen by an audience(4) the theater as a profession (usually `the stage'(5) a large coach-and-four formerly used to carry passengers and mail on regular routes between towns(6) a section or portion of a journey or course(7) any scene regarded as a setting for exhibiting or doing something(8) a small platform on a microscope where the specimen is mounted for examination
Verb(1) perform (a play(2) plan, organize, and carry out (an event
(1) Air traffic controllers threatened to stage a partial strike if their demands were not considered.(2) Writing was a consistent part of Launder's career and he wrote for the stage and radio, as well as for cinema.(3) They also question the idea that the state is the main actor on the world political stage , although they do not deny that it is important.(4) Later, she was heard asking everyone to explain where she went wrong while performing on stage .(5) It was due to make a circuit of Earth before separating from the second stage of the rocket 90 minutes after launch.(6) I might add though, that I feel rejuvenated as a result of being back on the stage .(7) Strange, then, that he should all but abandon poetry in his twenties, and concentrate his efforts on writing for the stage .(8) The potential of using this psychological ground as part of a stage for political action has been known for some time.(9) she exited the public stage(10) the final stage of the race(11) How do you adapt George Orwell's famous memoir of the Spanish civil war for the stage ?(12) Both the wafer stage and reticle stage float on air bearings and move with linear motors.(13) the Oxfordian stage(14) The next stage in this federal structure would be politics at a state level.(15) Although they stage the same play, the performance is different each night.(16) But this was a scene playing on the international stage , for the world to behold.
(1) the stage :: 舞台
1. phase ::
2. part ::
3. platform ::
4. theater ::
5. scene ::
6. leg ::
7. stagecoach ::
8. level ::
10. organize ::
11. arrange ::
12. represent ::
Different Formsstage, staged, stages
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