NounStage (plural Stages)
- a phase
- He is in the recovery stage of his illness.
- Completion of an identifiable stage of maintenance such as removing an aircraft engine for repair or storage.
- The area, in any theatre, generally raised, upon which an audience watches plays or other public ceremonies.
- The band returned to the stage to play an encore.
- Short for stagecoach, an enclosed horsedrawn carriage used to carry passengers
- The stage pulled into town carrying the payroll for the mill and three ladies.
- (electronics) the number of an electronic circuit’s block, such as a filter, an amplifier, etc.
- a 3-stage cascade of a 2nd-order bandpass Butterworth filter
- The place on a microscope where the slide is placed
- To produce on a stage, to perform a play.
- The local theater group will stage "Pride and Prejudice".
- To demonstrate in a deceptive manner.
- The salesman’s demonstration of the new cleanser was staged to make it appear highly effective.
- (Of a protest or strike etc.) To carry out.
- To pause or wait at a designated location.
- We staged the cars to be ready for the start, then waited for the starter to drop the flag.
Adjectives for Stage
verdant; primitive; well-set; mental; commencing; formative; inglorious; momentous; incipient; successive (pi); veiled; obstructed; various (pi); miraculous; analytic; realistic; developmental; trembling; uncertain; restorative; early; domestic; infantile; tentative; rudimentary; middle; well-trod; experimental; indifferent; tragic; legitimate; explosive; worthier; hypothetical; pudding; condensed; baffling; intermediate; infectious; important; imperceptible; dilapidated; milky; maturing; initial; diminutive; perilous; naked; painful; buskined; regressive; embryonic; uncontrollable; usurped.
Verbs for Stage
abandon—; advance—; cherish—; conceive —; connect—s; dedicate to—s; define—; desert—; destine for—; devote to—; elevate —; exalt—; extol—; forsake—; frisk onto —; glorify—; hoot off—; install—; perform —; prostitute—; quit—; relinquish—; renounce—; retire from—; set—; strut upon —; unsettle—; vindicate—; wed to—; — allures; —attracts; —debases; —entices; — fascinates; —immortalizes; —impassions; —notorizes ; —seduces; —succeeds; — unfold.
Adverbs for Stage
stupendously; spectacularly; awesomely; —grandiosely; handsomely; dramatically.
Broadway, L, R, acting, acting area, agora, amphitheater, apron, apron stage, arena, athletic field, auditorium, autobus, back, backdrop, background, backstage, balcony, band, band shell, bandstand, be a gas, be a hit, bear garden, bed, bedding, belt, bill, board, boards, bomb, bowl, boxing ring, bridge, bring out, bull ring, burlesque, bus, cab, campus, canvas, carnival, caste, catafalque, chartered bus, circus, class, cockpit, coliseum, colosseum, concoct, condition, contrive, couche, coulisse, course, dais, day, deck, devise, diligence, distance, division, do, dock, double-decker, drama, dramatize, dressing room, echafaudage, echelon, emplacement, entertainment industry, estrade, execute, exhibit, fail, fake, fateful moment, feature, field, flies, floor, flop, fly floor, fly gallery, footing, footlights, forestage, forum, gallery, give, grade, greenroom, grid, gridiron, ground, gym, gymnasium, hack, hall, headline, heliport, hierarchy, hinterland, hippodrome, hired car, hour, hustings, instant, interval, jitney, juncture, kairos, landing, landing pad, landing stage, lap, launching pad, layer, ledge, legit, legitimate stage, level, lightboard, lists, locale, mail coach, make a hit, make up, manipulate, marketplace, mat, measures, melodramatize, milieu, minute, mise-en-scene, moment, moment of truth, motor coach, motorbus, mount, notch, off Broadway, off-off-Broadway, omnibus, open, open a show, open forum, orchestra, orchestra pit, order, organize, originate, overlayer, overstory, palaestra, parade ground, perform, performing area, period, phase, pit, place, platform, play, playland, podium, point, position, post coach, power structure, precedence, precinct, pregnant moment, premiere, present, preview, prize ring, produce, proscenium, proscenium stage, psychological moment, public square, pulpit, purlieu, put on, range, rank, rate, rating, rear, repertory drama, ring, rostrum, rung, scaffold, scaffolding, scenarize, scene, scene of action, scenery, seam, season, set the stage, setting, shelf, shell, show, show biz, show business, site, situation, soapbox, space, span, spell, sphere, spot, squared circle, stadium, stage left, stage right, stage set, stage setting, stage world, stagecoach, stagedom, stageland, staging, standing, star, station, status, step, step terrace, stock, story, stratum, strawhat, strawhat circuit, stretch, stump, substratum, succeed, summer stock, superstratum, switchboard, taxi, taxicab, terrace, terrain, the boards, the footlights, the scenes, the stage, the theater, theater, theater world, theatricalize, theatromania, theatrophobia, thickness, tier, tilting ground, tiltyard, time, time lag, topsoil, tribunal, tribune, trump up, try out, underlayer, understory, understratum, variety, vaudeville, walk, while, wings, wrestling ring, zone
- The translations below need to be checked.
Stage m. (plural stages)
Stage m. (plural Stages)
- internship, job that a trainee is doing in a workplace until a fixed date
- Ce jeune homme avait déjà fait un stage de ce genre auprès d’un des ministres tombés en 1827 ; mais le ministre avait eu soin de le placer à la Cour des Comptes. (Honoré de Balzac, Modeste Mignon, 1844)
- probation, induction
- "Stage" in le Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).
Stage m. inv.