stage

All Noun
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  • Info Stage or stages is an abstract object often associated with either theater and scene or point of progress.
  • The film has completed the production and is in post production stage.
  • Each of the eight teams that reached the quarter-final stage played two matches.
  • They were therefore entered into the quarter-final stage which begins in the summer.
  • The old-growth stage is especially important because of its unique structure.
  • Play is simply a half way stage between work and rest. Cited from How to Live, by Irving Fisher and Eugene Fisk
  • The song, however, failed to make it through past the semi-final stage.
  • The two top teams in each group qualified for the play-off stage.
  • Each stage consists of steps the child must master before moving to the next step.
  • In the group stage, teams compete within eight groups of four teams each.
  • The park also provides an open air stage for cultural events.
  • Now for the only if direction, we do this in a few stages.
  • This section is limited to those written for the stage.
  • He has recently written, produced and starred in several one-man stage shows.
  • She went on to become an award winning stage, film, and television actress.
  • Week six was the quarter-final stage of the series.
  • Week eight was the quarter-final stage of the series.
  • The dance stage is a raised metal platform divided into two sides.
  • However, she failed to make it past the semi-final stage.
  • This was the only edition to feature a Live, open-air stage.
  • It was almost impossible to sing anti-war songs on the music-hall stage.
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Meaning of stage

  • noun A large platform on which people can stand and can be seen by an audience
    he clambered up onto the stage and got the actors to help him into the box
  • noun The theater as a profession (usually `the stage')
    an early movie simply showed a long kiss by two actors of the contemporary stage
  • noun A section or portion of a journey or course
    then we embarked on the second stage of our Caribbean cruise
  • noun Any scene regarded as a setting for exhibiting or doing something
    All the world's a stage"--Shakespeare, it set the stage for peaceful negotiations
  • noun A small platform on a microscope where the specimen is mounted for examination
  • verb Perform (a play), especially on a stage
    we are going to stage `Othello'
  • verb Plan, organize, and carry out (an event)
    the neighboring tribe staged an invasion