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Translation of "scene" - English-Spanish dictionary

scene

noun   /siːn/
B1 a short part of a movie, play, or book in which things happen in one place escena a love scene
a view or picture of a place, event, or activity escena scenes of horror
a place where a bad thing has happened escena the scene of the crime
(Definition of scene from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

scene

noun /siːn/
the place where something real or imaginary happens escena A murderer sometimes revisits the scene of his crime The scene of this opera is laid/set in Switzerland.
an incident etc which is seen or remembered escena, episodio, incidente He recalled scenes from his childhood.
a show of anger escena I was very angry but I didn’t want to make a scene.
a view of a landscape etc cuadro, paisaje, panorama The sheep grazing on the hillside made a peaceful scene.
one part or division of a play etc escena The hero died in the first scene of the third act of the play.
the setting or background for a play etc escenario, decorado Scene-changing must be done quickly.
a particular area of activity escenario the academic/business scene.
scenery noun
the painted background for a play etc on a stage decorado, escenario The scenery looked rather shabby.
the general appearance of a landscape etc paisaje beautiful scenery.
scenic adjective
of scenery, real or theatrical escénico clever scenic effects in the film.
having beautiful scenery con paisajes bonitos, pintoresco a scenic highway.
behind the scenes
out of sight of the audience or public entre bastidores We were given a tour behind the scenes at the opera house.
come on the scene
to arrive presentarse, hacer su aparición We were enjoying ourselves till she came on the scene.
scenery is never used in the plural.
(Definition of scene from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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