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stage

verb
 
 
/steɪdʒ/
stage a demonstration/protest, etc to organize and take part in a public meeting to complain about something
organizować demonstrację/protest itp.
Managing and organizing
stage a concert/show, etc to organize and produce a performance of music or a play, etc
organizować koncert/imprezę itp.
They staged a free concert in Central Park.Acting, rehearsing and performingManaging and organizing
Translations of “stage”
in Vietnamese sắp xếp, tổ chức…
in Spanish llevar a cabo…
in Thai ดำเนินการ…
in Malaysian melangsungkan…
in French organiser…
in German in Szene setzen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 上演,演出, 舉辦,組織…
in Indonesian melangsungkan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 上演,演出, 举办,组织…
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