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stage

美 [steɪdʒ]
英 [steɪdʒ]
  • n.阶段;步;步骤;戏剧
  • v.举行;上演;举办;组织
  • 网络舞台;级;时期
复数:stages  现在分词:staging  过去式:staged  
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n.
— see also
landing stage
时期;状态period/state
1.
[c]
(发展或进展的)时期,阶段,状态a period or state that sth/sb passes through while developing or making progress
This technology is still in its early stages .
这项技术还处于其早期开发状态。
The children are at different stages of development.
这些孩子处于不同的成长阶段。
The product is at the design stage.
产品处于设计阶段。
People tend to work hard at this stage of life.
人在这个人生阶段往往发奋努力。
At one stage it looked as though they would win.
有一段时间,他们好像大有获胜的希望。
Don't worry about the baby not wanting to leave you─it's a stage they go through .
宝宝不肯离开你别担心,他们总要经过这个阶段。
程序part of process
2.
[c]
段;步;步骤a separate part that a process, etc. is divided into
We did the first stage of the trip by train.
旅行的第一段我们乘的是火车。
The police are building up a picture of the incident stage by stage .
警方正逐步摸清那次事件的经过。
The pay increase will be introduced in stages(= not all at once) .
加薪将分阶段进行。
We can take the argument one stage further.
我们可以把辩论更深入一步。
剧场theatre
3.
[c]
(多指剧场中的)舞台a raised area, usually in a theatre, etc. where actors, dancers, etc. perform
The audience threw flowers onto the stage.
观众把鲜花抛向舞台。
There were more than 50 people on stage in one scene.
有一场戏中舞台上的人有 50 多个。
They marched off stage to the sound of trumpets.
在号角声中,他们阔步退下舞台。
4.
[sing]
戏剧;戏剧表演;戏剧界the theatre and the world of acting as a form of entertainment
His parents didn't want him to go on the stage(= to be an actor) .
他父母不想让他当演员。
She was a popular star of stage and screen(= theatre and cinema/movies) .
她是观众喜爱的舞台银幕两栖明星。
政界in politics
5.
[sing]
(政治等活动的)领域;(政治)舞台an area of activity where important things happen, especially in politics
She was forced to the centre of the political stage .
她被推到了政治舞台的中心。
Germany is playing a leading role on the international stage .
德国在国际政治舞台上扮演着重要角色。
IDM
set the stage for sth
使某事成为可能;为某事铺平道路to make it possible for sth to happen; to make sth likely to happen
v.
1.
~ sth
上演;举办;举行to organize and present a play or an event for people to see
to stage a ceremony/an event/an exhibition
举行仪式╱活动╱展览
The local theatre group is staging a production of ‘Hamlet’.
当地剧团在上演《哈姆雷特》。
Birmingham has bid to stage the next national athletics championships.
伯明翰申办下届全国田径锦标赛。
2.
~ sth
组织;筹划to organize and take part in action that needs careful planning, especially as a public protest
to stage a strike/demonstration/march/protest
组织罢工╱示威╱游行╱抗议活动
3.
~ sth
使发生;使出现to make sth happen
The dollar staged a recovery earlier today.
今天早些时候,美元出现回升。
After five years in retirement, he staged a comeback to international tennis.
退役五年之后,他重返国际网坛。

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