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stage rightnoun [U], adverb

uk   us  
the ​part of the ​stage to the ​right of the ​actors when they are ​facing the ​peoplewatching the ​performance
(Definition of stage right from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “stage right”
in Chinese (Simplified) (演员面对观众时的)舞台右侧, 向舞台右侧…
in Chinese (Traditional) (演員面對觀眾時的)舞臺右側, 向舞臺右側…
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