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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “stage”

stage

noun [C] (THEATRE)
劇場
 
 
/steɪdʒ/
the area in a theatre which is often raised above ground level and on which actors or entertainers perform
舞臺
Hamlet is on stage for most of the act.
這一幕的大部分時間哈姆雷特都有出場。
The orchestra went on/off stage to great applause.
管弦樂隊在雷鳴般的掌聲中登場/走下舞臺。
The play is a stage adaptation of William Golding's novel.
這部戲是根據威廉‧戈爾丁的小說改編的舞臺劇。
The opera singer returns to the London stage (= will perform again in London) this summer.
那位歌劇演員今夏將重返倫敦舞臺。
Theatres, cinemas and their parts
a particular area of public life
(公共生活的)領域,舞臺
The president was extremely popular on the world stage but was disliked in his own country.
總統在世界舞臺上極受歡迎,但在本國卻不受擁戴。
Topics and areas of interest
take the stage to go onto the stage and start to perform
登臺表演
Acting, rehearsing and performing
(Definition of stage noun (THEATRE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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