scene

All Noun
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  • The long shot is used to set the scene in a film. ...
  • His music empire expanded along with his influence on the music scene. ...
  • There are some live-action scenes, usually on a television set within the show. ...
  • Behind the scenes, he was completely cut off from the decision making process. ...
  • He was replaced in the scenes remaining to be shot with a double. ...
  • They are the four we have particularly noticed in the ball-room scene. ...
  • It was not only a death-bed scene, but it was a family death-bed scene. ...
  • He was noted for going on the set with no more than the master scenes written. ...
  • The film included a much-talked-about love scene between the two. ...
  • It also features close-up scenes of each member by themselves. ...
  • From the point of publication she became a presence on the poetry scene. ...
  • He was initially content working behind the scenes and had no interest in performing. ...
  • There are also other scenes of the town in the film. ...
  • The series went behind the scenes of the show and spoke to some of the cast members. ...
  • His eyes would actually fill up when we were working on a tender scene. ...
  • The first recorded expedition arrived at the scene more than a decade after the event. ...
  • This event confirmed him as an influential figure on the national political scene. ...
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Meaning of scene

  • noun The place where some action occurs
    the police returned to the scene of the crime
  • noun An incident (real or imaginary)
    their parting was a sad scene
  • noun A consecutive series of pictures that constitutes a unit of action in a film
  • noun A subdivision of an act of a play
    the first act has three scenes
  • noun Graphic art consisting of the graphic or photographic representation of a visual percept
    he painted scenes from everyday life, figure 2 shows photographic and schematic views of the equipment