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tableaunoun [C]

uk   /ˈtæb.ləʊ/  us   /-loʊ/ (plural tableaux )
an arrangement of people who do not move or speak, especially on a stage, who represent a view of life, an event, etc.
Translations of “tableau”
in Chinese (Traditional) (舞臺上靜止的)人物造型,場景,場面…
in Chinese (Simplified) (舞台上静止的)人物造型,场景,场面…
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