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Meaning & Definition of Scene in English

English

Scene

/sin/

noun

1. The place where some action occurs

  • "The police returned to the scene of the crime"
    synonym:
  • scene

2. An incident (real or imaginary)

  • "Their parting was a sad scene"
    synonym:
  • scene

3. The visual percept of a region

  • "The most desirable feature of the park are the beautiful views"
    synonym:
  • view
  • ,
  • aspect
  • ,
  • prospect
  • ,
  • scene
  • ,
  • vista
  • ,
  • panorama

4. A consecutive series of pictures that constitutes a unit of action in a film

    synonym:
  • scene
  • ,
  • shot

5. A situation treated as an observable object

  • "The political picture is favorable"
  • "The religious scene in england has changed in the last century"
    synonym:
  • picture
  • ,
  • scene

6. A subdivision of an act of a play

  • "The first act has three scenes"
    synonym:
  • scene

7. A display of bad temper

  • "He had a fit"
  • "She threw a tantrum"
  • "He made a scene"
    synonym:
  • fit
  • ,
  • tantrum
  • ,
  • scene
  • ,
  • conniption

8. Graphic art consisting of the graphic or photographic representation of a visual percept

  • "He painted scenes from everyday life"
  • "Figure 2 shows photographic and schematic views of the equipment"
    synonym:
  • scene
  • ,
  • view

9. The context and environment in which something is set

  • "The perfect setting for a ghost story"
    synonym:
  • setting
  • ,
  • scene

10. The painted structures of a stage set that are intended to suggest a particular locale

  • "They worked all night painting the scenery"
    synonym:
  • scenery
  • ,
  • scene

Examples of using

Don't make a scene.
This is the third scene of the second act.
The murder scene was still a hive of police activity several days after the man's body had been discovered.