scene noun (THEATRE/FILM)
Juliet dies in Act IV, Scene iii.
- The whole of the banquet scene is mimed.
- In the first scene, the camera moves slowly across the room.
- It took seven retakes to get the scene exactly right.
- a steamy love scene
- The love scenes were very tender.
scene noun (VIEW)
- a scene of desolation
- Our window looked out on a beautiful alpine scene.
- The painting depicts an idyllic pastoral scene of shepherds watching over their grazing sheep.
- Picture the scene - the crowds of people and animals, the noise, the dirt.
- There is a battle scene on the front cover.
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scene noun (PLACE)
- Doctors pronounced him clinically dead at the scene of the accident.
- Ambulances, police cars and fire engines all converged on the scene.
- Bloodstained clothing was found near the scene.
- A knife was found at the scene of the crime.
- The car had been abandoned two kilometres away from the scene of the robbery.
scene noun (AREA)
- the club scene
- the British contemporary dance scene
- She's the most exciting British singer to emerge on the pop scene for a decade.
- He broke onto the music scene with his first single.
- The newcomer on the radio scene is a commercial station devoted to classical music.