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Translation of "stage" - English-Russian dictionary

stage

verb
 
 
/steɪdʒ/
stage a demonstration/protest, etc to organize and take part in a public meeting to complain about something
организовывать демонстрацию/протест и т. д.
Managing and organizing
stage a concert/show, etc to organize and produce a performance of music or a play, etc
организовывать концерт/представление и т. д.
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…
(Definition of stage verb from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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