scene in Vietnamese

Pronunciation
n. sân khấu, chổ diển tuồng, bối cảnh, phong cảnh, cảnh vật

Example Sentences

During this scene, Passepartout was completely white. As for Fix, he seemed to have a stroke.
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During the whole of this time, Scrooge had shaken like a man who had lost his mind. His heart and soul took part in the scene with his other self.
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General Diendiéré indicated that there were no survivors at the scene, but that human remains were found at the location.
(Source: Voice of America)
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I was stupefied by the scene presenting itself to my gaze.
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In the meantime we have drifted many years apart from those days, although there is still an important artistic scene in regard to all aspects.
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The new competition on the scene was a trendier, sleeker version of Tasty Morsels.
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This strange scene left the sculptor all confused. His reason returned.
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This town was the scene of several clashes that has left over a hundred dead and thousands displaced.
(Source: Voice of America)
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The national railway company of Congo (SNCC) prefers to wait for the results of a report from the team sent to the scene of the accident.
(Source: Voice of America)
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She was always making a scene with Ben, saying that he was not making enough money.
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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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