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"
view, aspect, prospect, scene, vista, panorama(noun)
the visual percept of a region
"the most desirable feature of the park are the beautiful views"
persuasion, candidate, diorama, look, perspective, prognosis, aspect, setting, purview, tantrum, view, fit, vista, survey, thought, chance, position, facet, picture, opinion, facial expression, prospect, sentiment, scenery, cyclorama, panorama, eyeshot, horizon, expectation, conniption, face, sight, expression, outlook, medical prognosis, shot
a consecutive series of pictures that constitutes a unit of action in a film
shaft, stab, dig, guessing, aspect, setting, tantrum, snap, fit, guesswork, vista, view, blastoff, stroke, barb, guess, picture, shooter, prospect, slam, scenery, panorama, crack, snapshot, shooting, gibe, conniption, jibe, injection, pellet, dead reckoning, shot
a situation treated as an observable object
"the political picture is favorable"; "the religious scene in England has changed in the last century"
prospect, flick, video, aspect, setting, film, tantrum, view, fit, moving picture, vista, impression, depiction, characterization, picture, motion-picture show, pic, ikon, scenery, movie, characterisation, panorama, word-painting, shot, mental picture, delineation, exposure, image, conniption, photo, motion picture, pictorial matter, photograph, icon, painting, word picture, moving-picture show, picture show
a subdivision of an act of a play
"the first act has three scenes"
fit, tantrum, scene, conniption(noun)
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"
tantrum, purview, view, fit, eyeshot, setting, aspect, thought, prospect, opinion, panorama, vista, conniption, horizon, perspective, scenery, sentiment, persuasion, position, sight, survey, shot, picture
the context and environment in which something is set
"the perfect setting for a ghost story"
place setting, fit, view, circumstance, aspect, scenery, prospect, setting, mise en scene, panorama, vista, conniption, scope, background, mount, shot, context, tantrum, picture, stage setting
the painted structures of a stage set that are intended to suggest a particular locale
"they worked all night painting the scenery"
a usually depiction of a scene
look at the tableau to understand what happened.
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How to use scene in a sentence?
What I am certain about is that this lady has been arrested, the witnesses on the scene who saw her being taken away -- and even accompanied her to the police station -- gave me this information. I have no contact with her family.
All of these officers were potentially at risk from Brown's operation of the vehicle, brown threatened the life and safety of the officers on the scene and any possible civilian bystanders, giving a reasonable officer a compelling reason to end the encounter.
According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, Krasner has said he would respond to the coronavirus outbreak by seeking the release of people charged with nonviolent offenses and misdemeanors and asked police to consider the prospect of prison overcrowding when pressing charges. Earlier this week, Philadelphia District Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw clarified a previous statement on a temporary policy regarding delayed arrests for nonviolent crimes during the pandemic. Persons who commit certain nonviolent offenses will be arrested at the scene. Once their identity has been confirmedthey will be released and processed via arrest warrant.
Now we see huge smoke coming from the scene. Soldiers surrounded the area and we can only see ambulances rushing in and out.
Mr. Chatman is running away from the police. He's unarmed. No knife, no gun, nothing but an iPhone box was recovered at the scene.
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- منظر, مشهدArabic
- escenaCatalan, Valencian
- optrin, sceneDanish
- escena, escenarioSpanish
- tapahtumapaikka, näyttämö, kohtausFinnish
- scène, scène de ménageFrench
- kép, jelenet, szín, színhely, látványHungarian
- シーン, 現場Japanese
- 장면, 場面Korean
- ZeenLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- pozornica, pozorjeSerbo-Croatian
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