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scene /siːn/ noun

منظره ، چشم انداز ، مجلس ، پرده جزء صحنه نمایش ، صحنه ، جای وقوع ، مرحله
مهندسی صنایع: صحنه ، منظره ، مرحله کامپیوتر: صحنه ، نما ، منظره

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- site, area, locality, place, position, setting, spot
- setting, backdrop, background, location, set
- show, display, drama, exhibition, pageant, picture, sight, spectacle
- act, division, episode, part
- view, landscape, panorama, prospect, vista
- fuss, carry-on (informal, chiefly Brit.), commotion, exhibition, performance, row, tantrum, to-do
- world, arena, business, environment
Related Words: hangings, scene cloth, back cloth, backdrop, background, tableau, locality, location, place, spot, compass, field, setting, sphere, culture, environment, milieu
English Thesaurus: part, bit, piece, component, section, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

scene S2 W2 /siːn/ noun
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: French; Origin: scène, from Latin scena, scaena 'stage, scene', from Greek skene 'tent, building against which a play is performed, stage']

1. PLAY/FILM [countable]
a) part of a play during which there is no change in time or place:
Hamlet, Act 5, Scene 2
the opening scene
b) a single piece of action that happens in one place in a film, book etc:
battle scenes
tender love scenes
The film contains some violent scenes.
colourful pictures depicting scenes from the Bible

2. ACTIVITIES [singular] a particular set of activities and the people who are involved in them:
I’m not into the club scene (=going to night clubs).
LA’s music scene
the drug scene
a newcomer to the political scene

3. ACCIDENT/CRIME [singular] the place where an accident, crime etc happened:
The police soon arrived at the scene of the crime.
at the scene
Investigators are now at the scene, searching for clues.
on the scene
Journalists were on the scene within minutes.

4. VIEW/PICTURE [countable] a view of a place as you see it, or as it appears in a picture:
He photographed a wide range of street scenes.
scene of
She returned home to find a scene of devastation.

5. EVENT/SITUATION [countable] what is happening in a place, or what can be seen happening
scene of
There were scenes of rejoicing after the election.
bad scene American English:
‘It’s a bad scene here,’ she said. ‘Jamie is very sick.’

6. ARGUMENT [countable] a loud angry argument, especially in a public place:
There were angry scenes in parliament today.
I was mad, but I didn’t want to make a scene.

7. not be your scene informal to not be the type of thing you like:
Loud discos aren’t really my scene.

8. behind the scenes secretly, while other things are happening publicly:
Behind the scenes, both sides are working towards an agreement.

9. set the scene
a) to provide the conditions in which an event can happen
set the scene for
The prison riots have set the scene for major reform.
b) to describe the situation before you begin to tell a story:
A few words on the rules of English law will help to set the scene.

10. be/come on the scene to be or become involved in a situation, activity etc:
By then, there was a boyfriend on the scene.
a change of scene at change2(3), ⇒ steal the scene at steal1(4)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. place where sth happened
ADJ. accident, crash, murder footprints found near the murder scene
VERB + SCENE attend, be on PC Michael Potter attended the scene. | arrive at/on, reach An ambulance soon arrived at the scene of the accident.
leave | be called to The police were called to the scene.
survey He surveyed the scene with horror.
PREP. at the ~ Police say the man died at the scene.
on the ~ Photographers were on the scene in seconds.
~ of The criminal often revisits the scene of the crime.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. what you see around you
ADJ. beautiful, charming, idyllic, peaceful, picturesque | appalling, distressing, horrific | touching | bizarre, extraordinary, strange She opened the door on an extraordinary scene of disorder.
familiar | domestic a touching domestic scene
ever-changing I stared out of the window of the train on the ever-changing scene.
city, country, rural, street
VERB + SCENE watch, witness
SCENE + VERB occur, take place, unfold We sat in horror watching the scenes of violence unfold before us.
be reminiscent of sth Paramedics tended the wounded in scenes reminiscent of wartime.
PREP. amid/amidst ~s of The star arrived amidst scenes of excitement.
in a/the ~ | ~ from scenes from Greek mythology
~ of He painted scenes of country life. The battlefield was a scene of utter carnage.
PHRASES a change of scene You're exhausted. What you need is a complete change of scene.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. one part of book, play, etc.
ADJ. opening | climactic, final, last | dramatic, funny, steamy, touching, tragic The film has several steamy bedroom scenes.
action, battle, bedroom, crowd, death, fight, love, nude, sex
VERB + SCENE act, play She plays the love scenes brilliantly.
rehearse, run through to run through the final scene again
film, shoot | set The scene is set in the first paragraph with an account of Sally's childhood.
change | steal The little girl stole the scene from all the big stars.
SCENE + VERB take place | shift Then the scene shifts to the kitchen.
SCENE + NOUN change
PREP. in a/the ~ He appears in the opening scene.
~ between There is a dramatic fight scene between the two brothers.
PHRASES behind the scenes (= behind the stage), a change of scene

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

IV. public display of anger, etc.
ADJ. big | little | angry, ugly, unpleasant, terrible | emotional, violent
VERB + SCENE cause, create, make Quiet, now! Don't make a scene!
PREP. ~ between There have been a couple of ugly scenes between him and the manager.
~ with She had some terrible scenes with her father.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

V. area of activity
ADJ. burgeoning, flourishing, lively | contemporary | international, local, world | art, club, comedy, drug/drugs, economic, education/educational, fashion, gay, literary, music/musical, political, social, sporting, etc. He is heavily involved in the local art scene.
VERB + SCENE be involved in, be part of | appear on, arrive on, come on/onto Owen arrived on the international scene in the 1998 World Cup.
vanish from Many of the stars of the nineties have completely vanished from the music scene.
PREP. on/onto the ~ the eruption of Cuban music onto the world scene
PHRASES a newcomer to the scene The film's dir | not your scene (informal) Hillwalking is not my scene, so I stayed at home.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


the political scene
This issue is going to continue to dominate the political scene.
the social scene
She loved the city, and really enjoyed the social scene.
the music/jazz etc scene
She’s still involved in the music scene in London.
the arts scene
Britain has a lively contemporary arts scene.
the literary scene
He had a huge influence on the literary scene.
the club scene (=going to nightclubs)
I was really into the club scene.
the drug scene (=taking illegal drugs)
He regrets getting caught up in the drug scene.
the gay scene (=clubs and pubs where gay people go)
He knew his way around the New York gay scene.
the national scene
The magazine gives an overview of the national music scene.
the international/world scene
He is still a major figure on the international political scene.
be part of a scene
Formal receptions were an important part of the social scene.
be involved in a scene
I knew that he was involved in the drugs scene.
appear/arrive on a scene (=become known)
He first appeared on the arts scene in the 1960s.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: From the window, there was a beautiful scene of the lake.
GOOD: From the window, there was a beautiful view of the lake.

Usage Note:
scene = what you see when you are in a particular place, especially something that is unusual, shocking etc: 'Some of the scenes inside the concentration camp were too horrific to describe.' 'The President arrived by helicopter to witness a scene of total chaos.'
view = the whole area that you can see from somewhere, especially when you can see a long way into the distance: 'Remember to book a room with a view of the sea.'

BAD: The driver stopped now and again so that we could enjoy the scene.
GOOD: The driver stopped now and again so that we could enjoy the scenery.

Usage Note:
scenery = the natural features of the countryside, especially when seen from a particular place: 'The Lake District is famous for its magnificent scenery.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

See: behind the scenes

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

TahlilGaran Online Dictionary ver 14.0
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