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scene /si:n/
  • danh từ
    • nơi xảy ra
      • a scene of strife: nơi xảy ra xung đột
      • the scene is laid in India: câu chuyện xảy ra ở Ân độ
    • lớp (của bản kịch)
    • (sân khấu) cảnh phông
      • behind the scenes: (nghĩa bóng) ở hậu trường, kín, bí mật
    • cảnh tượng, quang cảnh
      • a scene of destruction: cảnh tàn phá
    • (thông tục) trận cãi nhau, trận mắng nhau
      • don't make a scene: đừng gây chuyện cãi nhau nữa
    • (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) sân khấu
    • to quit the scene
      • qua đời
Concise Dictionary
scenessɪːn
noun
+the place where some action occurs
+an incident (real or imaginary)
+the visual percept of a region
+a consecutive series of pictures that constitutes a unit of action in a film
+a situation treated as an observable object
+a subdivision of an act of a play
+a display of bad temper
+graphic art consisting of the graphic or photographic representation of a visual percept
+the context and environment in which something is set
+the painted structures of a stage set that are intended to suggest a particular locale

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 location, site, place, area, locale, spot, locality, whereabouts, sphere, milieu, backdrop, background:
The scenes of my youth are always in my mind.
2 action, episode, part, chapter, section, segment; (stage) setting, mise en scène; scenery:
The next scene takes place in Venice. Is the Venice scene ready?
3 commotion, upset, exhibition, display, row, brouhaha, disturbance, furore or US furor, tantrum, argument, altercation, uncomfortable or disagreeable situation, episode, incident:
She made an unpleasant scene in the restaurant when he refused to sit next to her
4 view, scenery, sight, landscape, seascape, panorama, vista, picture, view, prospect:
The scene from the terrace was completely tranquil.
5 behind the scenes. secretly, privately, clandestinely, confidentially, surreptitiously, on the q.t. or Q.T.:
Sigrid operated behind the scenes and her identity was never revealed to MI5
6 make or do the scene. socialize, appear, get around or about, go out, participate:
We used to make the scene in the Village back in the forties, but no more.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
place
1 [C, usually sing.] ~ (of sth) the place where sth happens, especially sth unpleasant: the scene of the accident / attack / crime + Firefighters were on the scene immediately. + Italy was the scene of many demonstrations at that time.
event
2 [C] ~ (of sth) an event or a situation that you see, especially one of a particular type: a scene of panic / terror / violence + The team's victory produced scenes of joy all over the country. + She witnessed some very distressing scenes.
in movie / play, etc.
3 [C] a part of a film/movie, play or book in which the action happens in one place or is of one particular type: The movie opens with a scene in a New York apartment. + love / sex scenes + I got very nervous before my big scene (= the one where I have a very important part).
4 [C] one of the small sections that a play or an opera is divided into: Act I, Scene 2 of 'Macbeth'
area of activity
5 (the scene, the ...scene) [sing.] (informal) a particular area of activity or way of life and the people who are part of it: After years at the top, she just vanished from the scene. + the club / dance / music scene + A newcomer has appeared on the fashion scene. + British players were finding it increasingly difficult to compete on the international scene.
view
6 [C] a view that you see: a delightful rural scene + They went abroad for a change of scene (= to see and experience new surroundings).
painting / photograph
7 [C] a painting, drawing, or photograph of a place and the things that are happening there: an exhibition of Parisian street scenes
argument
8 [C, usually sing.] a loud, angry argument, especially one that happens in public and is embarrassing: She had made a scene in the middle of the party. + 'Please leave,' he said. 'I don't want a scene.'
Idioms: behind the scenes
1 in the part of a theatre, etc. that the public does not usually see: The students were able to go behind the scenes to see how programmes are made.
2 in a way that people in general are not aware of: A lot of negotiating has been going on behind the scenes. + behind-the-scenes work
not sb's scene (informal) not the type of thing that sb likes or enjoys doing
set the scene (for sth)
1 to create a situation in which sth can easily happen or develop: His arrival set the scene for another argument.
2 to give sb the information and details they need in order to understand what comes next: The first part of the programme was just setting the scene.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 place where sth happened

ADJ.

accident, crash, murder
footprints found near the murder scene

VERB + SCENE

attend, be on
PC Michael Potter attended the scene.
| arrive at/on, reach
An ambulance soon arrived at the scene of the accident.
| leave | be called to
The police were called to the scene.
| survey
He surveyed the scene with horror.

PREP.

at the ~
Police say the man died at the scene.
| on the ~
Photographers were on the scene in seconds.
| ~ of
The criminal often revisits the scene of the crime.

2 what you see around you

ADJ.

beautiful, charming, idyllic, peaceful, picturesque | appalling, distressing, horrific | touching | bizarre, extraordinary, strange
She opened the door on an extraordinary scene of disorder.
| familiar | domestic
a touching domestic scene
| ever-changing
I stared out of the window of the train on the ever-changing scene.
| city, country, rural, street

VERB + SCENE

watch, witness

SCENE + VERB

occur, take place, unfold
We sat in horror watching the scenes of violence unfold before us.
| be reminiscent of sth
Paramedics tended the wounded in scenes reminiscent of wartime.

PREP.

amid/amidst ~s of
The star arrived amidst scenes of excitement.
| in a/the ~ | ~ from
scenes from Greek mythology
| ~ of
He painted scenes of country life. The battlefield was a scene of utter carnage.

PHRASES

a change of scene
You're exhausted. What you need is a complete change of scene.

3 one part of book, play, etc.

ADJ.

opening | climactic, final, last | dramatic, funny, steamy, touching, tragic
The film has several steamy bedroom scenes.
| action, battle, bedroom, crowd, death, fight, love, nude, sex

VERB + SCENE

act, play
She plays the love scenes brilliantly.
| rehearse, run through
to run through the final scene again
| film, shoot | set
The scene is set in the first paragraph with an account of Sally's childhood.
| change | steal
The little girl stole the scene from all the big stars.

SCENE + VERB

take place | shift
Then the scene shifts to the kitchen.

SCENE + NOUN

change

PREP.

in a/the ~
He appears in the opening scene.
| ~ between
There is a dramatic fight scene between the two brothers.

PHRASES

behind the scenes
(= behind the stage),
a change of scene

4 public display of anger, etc.

ADJ.

big | little | angry, ugly, unpleasant, terrible | emotional, violent

VERB + SCENE

cause, create, make
Quiet, now! Don't make a scene!
| have

PREP.

~ between
There have been a couple of ugly scenes between him and the manager.
| ~ with
She had some terrible scenes with her father.

5 area of activity

ADJ.

burgeoning, flourishing, lively | contemporary | international, local, world | art, club, comedy, drug/drugs, economic, education/educational, fashion, gay, literary, music/musical, political, social, sporting, etc.
He is heavily involved in the local art scene.

VERB + SCENE

be involved in, be part of | appear on, arrive on, come on/onto
Owen arrived on the international scene in the 1998 World Cup.
| vanish from
Many of the stars of the nineties have completely vanished from the music scene.
| dominate

PREP.

on/onto the ~
the eruption of Cuban music onto the world scene

PHRASES

a newcomer to the scene
The film's dir
| not your scene
(informal) Hillwalking is not my scene, so I stayed at home.



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