scene

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈsiːn/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/sin/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(sēn)

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scene

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. the last scene of the [play, movie, story]
  2. the [first, second, final, last] scene (of the play)
  3. the [story, main character, villain] is introduced in the [first] scene
  4. the [music, fashion, movie, international, party, drugs] scene
  5. (what's) [new, hot, trending] in the [music] scene
  6. the [social, cultural, political] scene
  7. a [wild, festive] scene
  8. the [crime, murder, accident, crash] scene
  9. the scene of the [crime]
  10. find [bodies, clues, fingerprints] at the [crime] scene
  11. was [questioned, interrogated, interviewed] at the scene of the crime
  12. arrived [at, on] the scene of the [accident, fire, robbery]
  13. was the [first, last] (to arrive) [at] the scene
  14. the [troops, soldiers, residents] faced a scene of [carnage, panic, death, destruction]
  15. [street, landscape, mountain] scenes
  16. [paint, draw, depict] street scenes
  17. the [child, patient, student, worker] was making a scene
  18. don't make a scene!
n as adj
  1. scene changes [in, during] the play
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