scene in Polish

Pronunciation
n. scena, arena, widownia, odsłona, widowisko, awantura, widok, krajobraz, obraz, przeprawa

Example Sentences

In 1980 the Ontario Censor Board banned the film "The Tin Drum," adapted from the Günter Grass novel, but the media found this silly, and so the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) showed the offending scene that night from coast to coast on the national news.
W 1970r. Rada Cenzorów stanu Ontario zakazała wyświetlania filmu, na podstawie noweil Güntera Grassa, "The Drum Tin". Mimo to, media uznały ten pomysł za głupi, a stacja CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) w wieczornym wydaniu krajowych wiadomości wyemitowała ocenzurowaną scenę.
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Don't make a scene in such a public place.
Nie rób sceny w publicznym miejscu.
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Do not make a scene in front of everyone.
Nie rób scen na oczach wszystkich!
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Let's rehearse the fourth scene.
Zagrajmy czwartą scenę.
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I was at the scene when you had your accident.
Byłem na miejscu, kiedy miałeś wypadek.
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Don't make a scene in public.
Nie rób scen w miejscu publicznym.
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Just picture to yourself the horror with which I saw the scene.
Wyobraź tylko sobie przerażenie, z jakim obserwowałem tę scenę.
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Never have I seen such a beautiful scene.
Nigdy nie widziałem tak pięknej sceny.
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That scene was branded on her memory.
Ten widok trwale wrył się jej w pamięć.
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We saw terrible scenes on TV.
Widzieliśmy w telewizji straszne sceny.
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Synonyms

an incident (real or imaginary): incident
the place where some action occurs: darkness, area, locale, country, venue, field of honor, dark, light, shadow, locus, stage
the visual percept of a region: prospect, foreground, vista, glimpse, visual image, exposure, middle distance, panorama, background, visual percept, coast, aspect, tableau, ground, side view, view
a consecutive series of pictures that constitutes a unit of action in a film: flick, picture, photograph, motion picture, shot, picture show, photo, pic, moving-picture show, motion-picture show, movie, outtake, moving picture, film, exposure
a subdivision of an act of a play: dramatic work, dramatic composition, act
a situation treated as an observable object: picture, state of affairs, situation
a display of bad temper: tantrum, fit, conniption, ill temper, bad temper
graphic art consisting of the graphic or photographic representation of a visual percept: depicted object, content, graphic art, view, subject



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