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Translation of "scene" - English-Turkish dictionary

scene

noun
 
 
/siːn/
PART OF FILM [C] B1 a short part of a film, play, or book in which the events happen in one place
sahne, bölüm
a love scene the final sceneParts of plays, shows and films
VIEW [C] B2 a view or picture of a place, event, or activity
manzara, görüntü, görünüm
scenes of everyday lifeScenery and views
PLACE [C] B2 a place where an unpleasant event has happened
bir hadisenin meydana geldiği yer, mahal; olay mahalli
the scene of the crimePlaces and locationsUnpleasant places
the club/gay/music, etc scene B2 all the things connected with a particular way of life or activity
yaşam/faaliyet alanı/manzarası/görüntüsü
Lifestyles and their study
ARGUMENT [C] when people have a loud argument or show strong emotions in a public place
hadise, olay, rezalet, tatsızlık, patırtı
[usually singular] She made a scene when I told her she couldn't come with us.Arguments and disagreements
(Definition of scene from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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