Scene - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a consecutive series of pictures that constitutes a unit of action in a film (syn: shot)
- a situation treated as an observable object (syn: picture)
- the painted structures of a stage set that are intended to suggest a particular locale (syn: scenery)
The play's opening scene takes place in the courtyard.
The actor was nervous about his big scene.
Police are now at the scene.
He was not mixed up with the drug scene.
It is not his scene.
It took us 20 takes to get the scene right.
The police asked the crowd to move back from the scene of the accident.
She filled out a police report at the scene of the accident.
Please read act II, scene 1 of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.
Thousands of extras were hired for the battle scene.
Police made a careful examination of the scene.
Reporters called the scene “a disaster area,” and I think that was an accurate description.
The police made a rigorous examination of the evidence at the crime scene.
...as lords of the local real estate scene, they own nearly all of the city's prime pieces of property...
His work dominated the art scene last year.