- [C] (戏剧的)一场,(电影、电视的)一个镜头,(小说的)一节 (in a play, film, novel) any of the divisions, often within an act, during which there is no change of place or time
- [C] 背景,现场 an event or course of action regarded as like sth in a play or film
- [S] 地点 a place where an event or action happens
- [C] 景色,景象 view as seen by a spectator
- [C] 发脾气,吵闹 a show of anger or feelings, especially between two people in public
- the place where some action occurs;
"the police returned to the scene of the crime"
- an incident (real or imaginary);
"their parting was a sad scene"
- the visual percept of a region;
"the most desirable feature of the park are the beautiful views"
- a consecutive series of pictures that constitutes a unit of action in a film
- a situation treated as an observable object;
"the political picture is favorable"
"the religious scene in England has changed in the last century"
- a subdivision of an act of a play;
"the first act has three scenes"
- a display of bad temper;
"he had a fit"
"she threw a tantrum"
"he made a scene"
- 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"
- the context and environment in which something is set;
"the perfect setting for a ghost story"
- the painted structures of a stage set that are intended to suggest a particular locale;
"they worked all night painting the scenery"
- The terrible scene was engraved on his memory.
- The first scene of the play is the king's palace.
- He drew a picture of wintry scene.
Let's run through the first scene again.
The curtain is lowered at the end of each scene.
The scene changes to that evening in the home of Pierre and Mathilde Loisel.
While they're playing scene two in front of the curtain, we can drop in the scenery for the next act.
During the first scene, which begins early in the morning, we'll strengthen the lights up to give the effect of growing daylight.
We missed the first few scenes of the film.
We'll dissolve this scene into one where the murderer enters the house.
They went back to the scenes of their childhood.
The distressing scene revolted all who saw it.
He has designed all the scenes and costumes.
The murder suspect couldn't explain away his fingerprints at the scene.
The wild mountain scene lay spread before our hotel.
As he entered the room, he was confronted by a scene of disorder.
The boats in the harbour make a beautiful scene.
Arriving at the top of the hill, we were faced by a most impressive scene.
The ancient vase was painted with pastoral scenes.
I'm ashamed of you, making a scene in the restaurant like that!
This is the scene of the battle.
The scene of the novel is set in Scotland.
The police arrested the suspect a block away from the scene of the crime.
In her statement she alleges that the accused was seen at the scene of the crime.
- arrive on〔upon〕 the scene
露面,出场(尤指第一次) make an appearance especially for the first time
She was being chatted up by a youth when I arrived on the scene. 我一到那儿正好撞见有个小伙子在和她搭讪。
Before eight o'clock they arrived upon the scene by car. 八点钟时他们乘车来到现场。
- 露面,出场(尤指第一次) make an appearance especially for the first time
- behind the scenes
在后台,在幕后 out of sight of the audience; in secret; without being the stage
John was president of the club, but behind the scenes Robert told him what to do. 约翰是俱乐部的主席,但在幕后罗伯特指挥他怎么做。
Everything seemed calm at the office, but behind the scenes the manager was planning great changes. 办公室的一切好像都是平静的,但经理在幕后酝酿着大的变化。
They are carrying out political deals done behind the scenes. 他们正在进行秘密的政治交易。
Such decisions are made behind the scenes, without public knowledge. 这些决定都是背着公众秘密做的。
- 在后台,在幕后 out of sight of the audience; in secret; without being the stage
- come on the scene
By the time I came on the scene, it was all well. 我到场时,一切都结束了。
He came on the scene just when his country needed a great man to lead them. 正当国家需要一位伟人来领导时,他便出现了。
The fire brigade were on the scene within minutes of being called. 消防队在接到电话的几分钟内就到达现场。
- 到场 arrive
- not one's scene
非某人所熟悉的事物; 非某人兴趣所在 not sth one knows about, is interested in, etc.
I'm not going to the disco, it's just not my scene. 我不想去跳迪斯科舞,我完全不感兴趣。
- 非某人所熟悉的事物; 非某人兴趣所在 not sth one knows about, is interested in, etc.
- set the scene
- 作事前的现场或情况描述 describe a place or a situation in which sth is about to happenRadio reporters were in the church to set the scene.电台记者在教堂里作事前的现场介绍。
为某事做准备; 促使 prepare for sth; help to cause sthHis arrival set the scene for another argument.他一来就要引起另一场争论了。
The unjust peace agreement set the scene for another war. 这项不公平的和约为另一场战争埋下了祸根。
- appear on the scene 出场
- avoid a scene 回避场面
- come on the scene 出现,登场
- dominate the scene 控制场面
- enter the scene 登场
- make a beautiful scene 构成优美的景色
- make the scene 露面,到场
- present the scene 呈现某种景象
- set the scene 布置现场
- visit the scene 参观现场
- change the scenes 换布景
- paint scenes 绘制布景
- play a scene 演一场戏
- steal the scene 抢戏〔镜头〕
- beautiful scene 美景
- disgraceful scene 不光彩的场面
- exciting scene 令人兴奋的场面
- familiar scene 熟悉的场面
- funny scene 滑稽的场面
- lovely scene 可爱的景色
- parting scene 别离的场面
- ridiculous scene 可笑的场面
- riotous scenes 暴乱场面
- sad scene 悲惨的场面
- the first scene 第一场
Working on the big death-bed scene.出自：G. Swift
This lake is fine scenery.
These lakes are fine scenery.
a scene和scenes与a piece of scenery和pieces of scenery意思不同。
We found a beautiful scene on the hill.
There were many scenes of distress in the slums.
- scene, prospect, scenery, sight, view
这组词都有“景色”的意思。其区别是：1.prospect指从高处眺望所见到的景色,前景; scene指局部的、一眼可见全貌的风景或景色,不限于自然的风景,也常指(戏剧、电影、小说等的)场景、布景; scenery则指某一国家或某一地区的整体的自然风景; sight指眼见的景色,如供人游览之地的“景”或“景色”,尤指人工制成的景; view则主要指从高处俯视到的景色。例如:The prospect from the hill is yet more beautiful.从山上眺望风景更为美丽。The West Lake is remarkable for its scenery.西湖以其风景著名。The Great Wall is one of the most breath-taking sights in the world.长城是世界上最惊人的壮观景象之一。There is a lovely view from this window.从这个窗子可以看到一片秀丽的景色。2.view和scene所表达的景色都是scenery中的一部分,都可指眼里看到的每日自然的景色,但view是最一般的用语,而scene则是由“舞台场景”的意义引申而来的,用的少些。
误 This is a scenery of a fishing village.
正 This is a scene of a fishing village.
误 The scene in Switzerland is too beautiful for words.
正 The scenery in Switzerland is too beautiful for words.
析 表示“某一景色”用scene,前面常加不定冠词a; scenery是“风景”的总称,是不可数名词。
- ☆ 1540年进入英语，直接源自中世纪法语的snce；最初源自拉丁语的snca，意为情形，舞台。