stage

steɪdʒ

Перевод:

Noun: этап стадия сцена ступень
Adjective: сценический ступенчатый театральный
Verb: ставить инсценировать осуществлять организовывать

Фразы:

to hold / stage a contest - устроить конкурс, устроить соревнования

conventionality of the stage - сценические условности

to stage / lead / mount a coup - организовать, возглавить, подготовить переворот

crucial stage - критическая, завершающая стадия

to stage / hold a demonstration - устраивать демонстрацию

developmental stage - стадия развития

to put on exhibition, stage an exhibition - организовывать выставку, проводить показ

in the experimental stage - на этапе испытаний

to hold / stage a fight - организовывать схватку боксёров

one-man (stage) play - спектакль одного актёра, моноспектакль

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Примеры:

All the world's a stage. - Весь мир — театр.

The theatre has a revolving stage. - В театре есть вращающаяся сцена.

an early stage of the disease - ранняя стадия данного заболевания

Negotiations reached a crucial stage. - Переговоры достигли решающей стадии.

The dollar staged a partial recovery. - Доллар частично восстановил утраченные позиции.

We were up near the stage. - Мы были возле сцены.

She flopped as a stage actress. - В качестве театральной актрисы она потерпела полное фиаско.

a star of stage and screen - звезда театра и кино

He was booed off the stage. - Его освистали и прогнали со сцены.

He personated the hero on the stage. - Он воплощал на сцене роль героя.

The disease is in an advanced stage. - Болезнь находится в запущенной стадии.

At what stage are the social sciences? - На какой стадии находится развитие общественных наук?

Activists staged a protest outside the parliament. - Активисты устроили акцию протеста у здания парламента.

We are going to stage 'Othello'. - Мы собираемся поставить "Отелло".

The company wants to compete on the world stage. - Компания хочет конкурировать на мировой арене.

She bowed and left the stage. - Она поклонилась и покинула сцену.

She has appeared on stage many times. - Она много раз выходила на сцену.

They chanted "Sara, Sara" until she came back on stage. - Они скандировали "Сара, Сара" до тех пор, пока она не вернулась на сцену.

He fell off the stage and did his back in. - Он упал со сцены и повредил спину.

She appeared in 'Hamlet' on the London stage - Она сыграла в "Гамлете" на лондонской сцене.

He stood at the back of the stage. - Он стоял в глубине сцены.

Swindon were six points down at one stage. - В какой-то момент "Суиндон" проигрывал целых шесть очков.

A few silver-plated statuettes were staged. - Были экспонированы несколько посеребрённых статуэток.

The dancers sparkled on stage. - Танцоры блистали на сцене.

The cast was hoofing on the stage. - Актёры отплясывали на сцене.

The theater had a rotatable stage. - В театре была вращающаяся сцена.

The dancers tripped off the stage. - Танцоры быстрой и лёгкой походкой покинули сцену.

She is a star of stage and screen. - Она является звездой театра и кино.

a drama enacted on a darkened stage - драма, поставленная на затемнённой сцене

A spotlight moved across the stage. - По сцене перемещался свет прожектора.

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Связанные термины:

key stage: any one of four broad age-group divisions (5–7; 7–11; 11–14; 14–16) to which each level of the National Curriculum applies

stage set: all of the scenery and props used on stage to create a particular scene

the stage: the theatre as a profession

apron stage: a stage that projects into the auditorium so that the audience sit on three sides of it

arena stage: the central acting area found in a theatre-in-the-round

fare stage: a section of a bus journey for which a set charge is made

next stage: A stage of an activity, process, or period is one part of it.

proof stage: the stage of publishing where trial impressions made from composed type, or print-outs (from a laser printer, etc) are read for the correction of errors

right stage: See stage right

sound stage: A sound stage is a stage or set which is suitable for recording sound, especially for a film .

stage-dive: to jump off the stage at a concert onto the crowd below

stage door: The stage door of a theatre is the entrance used by actors and actresses and by employees of the theatre.

stage left: Stage left is the left side of the stage for an actor who is standing facing the audience.

stage name: A stage name is a name that an actor or entertainer uses instead of his or her real name when they work.

stage play: → another name for play (sense 28 )

stage race: a cycling race consisting of several separate races over successive days

stage right: Stage right is the right side of the stage for an actor who is standing facing the audience.

stage show: a play or show which is performed on stage

this stage: A stage of an activity, process, or period is one part of it.

zero stage: a solid-propellant rocket attached to a liquid-propellant rocket to provide greater thrust at liftoff

center stage: If something or someone takes center stage, they become very important or noticeable .

centre stage: If something or someone takes centre stage, they become very important or noticeable .

crucial stage: A stage of an activity, process, or period is one part of it.

initial stage: A stage of an activity, process, or period is one part of it.

landing stage: A landing stage is a platform built over water where boats stop to let people get off, or to load or unload goods.

opening stage: A stage of an activity, process, or period is one part of it.

report stage: the stage preceding the third reading in the passage of a bill through Parliament, at which the bill, as amended in committee, is reported back to the chamber considering it

stage-diving: to jump off the stage at a concert onto the crowd below

stage effect: a special effect created on the stage by lighting, sound, etc

stage fright: Stage fright is a feeling of fear or nervousness that some people have just before they appear in front of an audience.

stage-manage: If someone stage-manages an event, they carefully organize and control it, rather than letting it happen in a natural way.

stage manager: At a theatre, a stage manager is the person who is responsible for the scenery and lights and for the way that actors or other performers move about and use the stage during a performance .

stage-struck: Someone who is stage-struck is fascinated by the theatre and wants to become an actor or actress .

stage whisper: If someone says something in a stage whisper, they say it as if they are speaking privately to one person, although it is actually loud enough to be heard by other people.

thrust stage: a stage consisting of a raised platform extending from one end of a theater or from the proscenium, with audience seating on three sides

various stage: A stage of an activity, process, or period is one part of it.

approach stage: the stage of landing when a plane is approaching the runway

audition stage: A stage of an activity, process, or period is one part of it.

committee stage: (in British parliamentary procedure ) the detailed examination by MPs of proposed legislation

interview stage: A stage of an activity, process, or period is one part of it.

planning stage: the stage of a project when it is still being planned

revolving stage: a circular platform divided into segments enabling multiple theater sets to be put in place in advance and in turn rotated into view of the audience

stage business: a trade or profession

stage designer: someone who designs the physical appearance of the stage, using backdrops, props, etc

stage direction: Stage directions are the notes in the text of a play which say what the actors should do.

stage director: someone who directs actors for a show to be performed on stage

preliminary stage: A stage of an activity, process, or period is one part of it.

stage performance: A performance involves entertaining an audience by doing something such as singing, dancing, or acting.

stage production: a play or show which is performed on stage

stage an accident: An accident happens when a vehicle hits a person, an object, or another vehicle, causing injury or damage.

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Однокоренные слова:

stager - бывалый человек
stagey - неестественный, театральный, сценический
staging - инсценировка, перемещение, постановка пьесы, леса, подмости
stagy - театральный, неестественный, сценический
staged - поэтапный, инсценированный, совершаемый поэтапно
staginess - театральность, сценичность, зрелищность, процессии

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