Word: stage

Category: stage

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Related words: stage

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Synonyms: stage

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: stage

spanish
etapa, escenario, escena, fase, estrado


german
zwischenstufe, inszenieren, etappe, schauplatz, phase, ...

french
station, phase, tenue, époque, période, ...

italian
tappa, palcoscenico, inscenare, fase, teatro, ...

portuguese
etapa, estádio, fase, palco, veado, ...

dutch
etappe, podium, toneel, fase, stadium, ...

russian
перегон, сцена, ярус, ступень, эстрада, ...

norwegian
skueplass, scene, fase

swedish
estrad, skede, scen, fas

finnish
erä, ilmentää, esitellä, lava, etappi, ...

danish
fase, scene

czech
etapa, stádium, fáze, divadlo, období, ...

polish
wystawiać, okres, wyreżyserować, estrada, scena, ...

hungarian
színpad, etap, útszakasz, állomás, munkaállvány, ...

turkish
safha, sahne

greek
σκηνή, φάση, στάδιο, σκηνοθετώ

ukrainian
стадія, інсценувати, пристань

albanian
skenë, fazë

bulgarian
сцена

estonian
aste, etapp, lava

croatian
kazalište, scene, bina, pozornica, etapa, ...

icelandic
keiksvið, áfangi

latin
pulpitum, aetas

lithuanian
fazė, pakopa, scena

latvian
skatuve, fāze, pakāpe

romanian
scenă, fază

slovenian
etapa

slovak
stupeň, etapa

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Most searched by cities

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The meaning and "use of": stage

noun
  • a point, period, or step in a process or development.
  • a raised floor or platform, typically in a theater, on which actors, entertainers, or speakers perform.
  • a floor or level of a building or structure.
  • (in chronostratigraphy) a range of strata corresponding to an age in time, forming a subdivision of a series.

verb
  • present a performance of (a play or other show).
  • diagnose or classify (a disease or patient) as having reached a particular stage in the expected progression of the disease.

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