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stage right

noun [U], adverb uk   us  
the part of the stage to the right of the actors when they are facing the people watching the performance
Translations of “stage right”
in Chinese (Traditional) (演員面對觀眾時的)舞臺右側, 向舞臺右側…
in Chinese (Simplified) (演员面对观众时的)舞台右侧, 向舞台右侧…
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