Stage - definition, pronunciation, transcription
it set the stage for peaceful negotiations
An early stage of the disease
Children at the same stage of development
The actors walked out onto the stage.
He was on stage for the entire show.
He has no intention of leaving the political stage.
The company wants to compete on the world stage.
She has appeared on stage many times.
Negotiations reached a crucial stage.
The piece is staged in the most sumptuous manner imaginable.
Activists staged a protest outside the parliament.
The dollar staged a partial recovery.
After five years in retirement, he staged a comeback to international tennis.
A few silver-plated statuettes were staged.
They've just reached the halfway stage of the project.
It's a good move at this stage in his career.
present participle: staging
past tense: staged
past participle: staged
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