- n. 舞台；戏剧；阶段；步骤；行程
- v. 上演；举行；组织；筹划；使出现
- [C] 阶段,时期 a particular point or period in the course of a process or set of events; state reached at a particular time
- [C] 舞台 the raised floor on which plays are performed in a theatre
- vt. & vi. 上演 perform or arrange for public show
- vt. 举行 cause to happen, especially for public effect
any distinct time period in a sequence of events;
"we are in a transitional stage in which many former ideas must be revised or rejected"
a specific identifiable position in a continuum or series or especially in a process;
"a remarkable degree of frankness"
"at what stage are the social sciences?"
a large platform on which people can stand and can be seen by an audience;
"he clambered up onto the stage and got the actors to help him into the box"
the theater as a profession (usually `the stage');
"an early movie simply showed a long kiss by two actors of the contemporary stage"
a large coach-and-four formerly used to carry passengers and mail on regular routes between towns;
"we went out of town together by stage about ten or twelve miles"
a section or portion of a journey or course;
"then we embarked on the second stage of our Caribbean cruise"
any scene regarded as a setting for exhibiting or doing something;
"All the world's a stage"
"it set the stage for peaceful negotiations"
a small platform on a microscope where the specimen is mounted for examination
perform (a play), especially on a stage;
"we are going to stage `Othello'"
plan, organize, and carry out (an event);
"the neighboring tribe staged an invasion"
- She stood alone on the enormous stage.
- He quitted the stage of politics.
- Novels are often adapted for the stage.
- The disease is still in its primary stage.
- Negotiations were at a crucial stage.
- The pay increase will be introduced in stages.
- She did the first stage of the trip by train.
- She asserted that she was going to stage a musical comedy.
- They decided to stage a general strike.
- She asserted that she was going to stage a musical comedy.
- They were going to stage a large-scale money collecting.
- After five years in retirement, he staged a comeback to international tennis.
- He was suffering from cancer which had already reached an advanced stage.
- He cautioned that the Russia-American discussions were still in an exploratory stage.
- Eby's going through a tiresome stage, always picking fights with his brother for no reason at all.
- The government raced the new law through all its stages so as to complete it before the election.
- On the elementary stage of studying a foreign language the students should place a great deal of importance on correct grammar.
- Although not completely satisfied, they let the report through the first stage.
- The first stage of the operation was to join up the bones.
- Soon the third stage of the war ended and the fourth stage began.
- I should not like to commit myself to an opinion at this stage.
- The committee member successfully fought his suggested changes through the necessary stages.
- The stage is lit by spotlights.
- The stage was set up to represent a carpenter's shop.
- As we can't have the hall till the night of the performance, we can mock up a model of the actual stage for the company to practise on.
- Every actor ought to know his lines backwards before he goes on stage, as nervousness may make him forgetful.
- The moment the clown appeared on stage, the audience folded up.
- The audience cheered him as he walked on stage.
- A lot of electric lamps illuminated the stage.
- The actors had to fit up a stage because there was no theatre in the town.
- Her job is to stand at the side of the stage and feed the actors with their lines when they forget them.
- Everyone's eyes fastened on the little girl in the middle of the stage.
- The actors clapped together a stage so that they could have room to perform.
- She picked up the actor's sword and carried it off the stage.
- Several teenage fans hung around the stage door to get a glimpse of the actor.
- As the curtains were pulled apart, we saw the actors on the stage.
- We've programmed you to appear on the stage next week.
- This was the first time she appeared on the stage.
- We acted on the stage last night.
- Instead of acting on the stage she started acting up.
- The air was charged with emotion when the aging actress made her final appearance on stage.
- The play was so bad that it was laughed off the stage.
- Having always been musical from an early age, the singer seems to have been intended for the concert stage.
- Shakespeare compared the world to the stage of politics.
- They are arranging a novel for the stage.
- We travelled by (easy) stages, often stopping along the way.
- The unjust peace treaty merely set the stage for another war.
- That scene will not stage well.
- My aunt decided to stage a series of performances of a one-act play.
- The pop star staged a row with his manager in a restaurant to get maximum publicity.
- He staged a tit-for-tat struggle against his opponent.
- The union staged a one-day strike.
- That play was staged in Shenyang.
- The opera will be staged with new scenery during the forthcoming music festival.
- abandon the stage 离开舞台
- come off stage 下台
- go on stage 做演员
- hold the stage 继续上演,引人注目
- leave the stage 离开舞台,退出舞台
- retire from the stage 退出舞台
- set the stage 布置舞台
- take to the stage 登台,当演员
- advance a stage (向前)推进一个阶级
- come to this stage 到达这一阶段
- enter a stage 进入一个阶段
- mark a stage 标志一个阶段
- pass a stage 通过一个阶段
- reach a stage 达到一个阶段
- represent a stage 代表一个阶段
- historical stage 历史舞台
- movable stage 可转动的舞台
- political stage 政治舞台
- sinking stage 凹形舞台
- advanced stage 高级阶段
- beginning stage 萌芽阶段
- crucial stage 重要阶段,决定性阶段
- early stage 初级阶段
- experimental stage 实验阶段
- final stage 最后阶段
- middlestage 中级阶段
- opening stage 最初阶段
- senior stage 高级阶段
- talking stage 学话阶段
- working stage 工作阶段
- off the stage 舞台下
- on the stage 舞台上
- at a stage 在某一阶段
- at all stages 在各个阶段(时期)
- at flood stage 正值汛期
- by easy stages 从容不迫地
- in a stage 在某个时期
- in easy stages 从容不迫地
- stage an art show 举办艺术展
- stage a charity football game 举办足球义赛
- stage a comeback 复出
- stage a new play 上演新剧
- stage a protest rally 举行抗议集会
From her first entry on stage..she was radiant.出自：Listener
His life had to be acted out, as though on a stage.出自： P. Fitzgerald
It was remarkable that the company was..surviving on the world stage.出自：Engineering
Columbia University's music department had agreed to stage the..opera.出自： H. Carpenter
He wrote five plays..although only two were staged.出自： P. Dally
- stage, phase
- 这两个词都可指发展的阶段或时期,但stage除了与介词of连用以外还可与at连用; 另外,侧重于外观变化时用phase,不用stage。
- ☆ 13世纪中期进入英语，直接源自古法语的estage，意为居所；最初源自拉丁语的statum，意为站立。