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N-COUNT (戏剧、书的)场面，片段;(电影)镜头 A scene in a play, film, or book is part of it in which a series of events happen in the same place.
I found the scene in which Percy proposed to Olive tremendously poignant.
...the opening scene of 'A Christmas Carol'.
N-COUNT (给人以某种印象的)景象，场景，场面 You refer to a place as a scene when you are describing its appearance and indicating what impression it makes on you.
It's a scene of complete devastation...
Thick black smoke billowed over the scene...
N-COUNT (通过画面显示的或看到的)事件，场面，情景 You can describe an event that you see, or that is broadcast or shown in a picture, as a scene of a particular kind.
There were emotional scenes as the refugees enjoyed their first breath of freedom...
Television broadcasters were warned to exercise caution over depicting scenes of violence...
N-COUNT (事情发生的)地点，现场 The scene of an event is the place where it happened.
The area has been the scene of fierce fighting for three months...
这一地区 3 个月以来不断发生激战。
...traces left at the scene of a crime...
N-SING (活动)领域,圈子;界;坛 You can refer to an area of activity as a particular type of scene .
Sandman is a cult figure on the local music scene.
...when he first burst onto the national political scene at age 28.
当他在 28 岁刚刚闯入国家政坛时
N-COUNT 风景画 Paintings and drawings of places are sometimes called scenes .
...James Lynch's country scenes.
N-COUNT (当众)发脾气,吵闹 If you make a scene, you embarrass people by publicly showing your anger about something.
I'm sorry I made such a scene.
PHRASE 在幕后;秘密地;不公开地 If something is done behind the scenes, it is done secretly rather than publicly.
But behind the scenes Mr Cain will be working quietly to try to get a deal done.
PHRASE (电影、戏剧、广播电视节目的制作)在幕后,在后台 If you refer to what happens behind the scenes, you are referring to what happens during the making of a film, play, or radio or television programme.
It's an exciting opportunity to learn what goes on behind the scenes.
PHRASE 换换环境 If you have a change of scene, you go somewhere different after being in a particular place for a long time.
What you need is a change of scene. Why not go on a cruise?
PHRASE 介绍背景;事先介绍情况 If you set the scene for someone, you tell them what they need to know in order to understand what is going to happen or be said next.
But first to set the scene: I was having a drink with my ex-boyfriend.
PHRASE 为…铺平道路;为…做好准备 Something that sets the scene for a particular event creates the conditions in which the event is likely to happen.
Gillespie's goal set the scene for an exciting second half.
PHRASE 登场/离场;到场/消失;介入/摆脱 When a person or thing appears on the scene, they come into being or become involved in something. When they disappear from the scene, they are no longer there or are no longer involved.
He could react rather jealously when and if another child comes on the scene...
Harris disappeared from the scene as suddenly as he had appeared.
PHRASE 不喜欢;不合意 If you say that an activity or place is not your scene, you mean that you do not like it or enjoy it.
Lying on the beach all week isn't my scene.