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Stage-manager

ˈsteɪdʒ ˌmæn.ɪ.dʒər

Meanings of Stage-manager:

noun

The person who is responsible for the equipment and the use of the stage during a play or performance

Stage-name

ˈsteɪdʒ ˌneɪm

Meanings of Stage-name:

noun

The name, different from his or her real name, that an actor or performer is publicly known by

Usage examples:

David bowie is the stage name of the singer david jones.

Meanings of Stage-play:

noun

A part of an activity or a period ...

Meanings of Stage-set:

idiom

Used to mean that conditions have been made right for something to happen, or that something is likely to happen

Usage examples:

This weekend's talks between the two leaders have set the scene for a peace agreement to be reached…

Meanings of Stage-whisper:

noun

If an actor says something in a stage whisper, it is intended to be heard by the people watching the play, and the other actors on the stage pretend not to hear it.

Stagecoach

ˈsteɪdʒkəʊtʃ

Meanings of Stagecoach:

noun

A large closed horse-drawn vehicle formerly used to carry passengers and often mail along a regular route between two places.

Usage examples:

Though the pony express lost money, it blazed routes later traveled by stagecoaches carrying passen…

Stagecoaches

ˈsteɪdʒ.kəʊtʃ

Meanings of Stagecoaches:

noun

A large closed horse-drawn vehicle formerly used to carry passengers and often mail along a regular route between two places.

Usage examples:

Though the pony express lost money, it blazed routes later traveled by stagecoaches carrying passen…

Stagecraft

ˈsteɪdʒkrɑːft

Meanings of Stagecraft:

noun

Skill or experience in writing or staging plays.

Usage examples:

Sturtevant's skill at stagecraft has never been so clear as in this recent work, where, as she puts…

Meanings of Staged:

adjective

Presented or performed on a stage.

Usage examples:

This is not the first time that a staged musical has been broadcast live
verb

Present a performance of (a play or other show).

Usage examples:

The show is being staged at the grand opera house in belfast

Meanings of Stagefright:

noun

Nervousness before or during an appearance before an audience.

Usage examples:

An attack of stage fright

Stagehand

ˈsteɪdʒ.hænd

Meanings of Stagehand:

noun

A person who moves scenery or props before or during the performance of a play.

Usage examples:

In fact, it looked as if the stagehands had gone off to lunch and had forgotten to come back and cl…

Stagehands

ˈsteɪdʒ.hænd

Meanings of Stagehands:

noun

A person who moves scenery or props before or during the performance of a play.

Usage examples:

In fact, it looked as if the stagehands had gone off to lunch and had forgotten to come back and cl…

Stager

ˈsteɪdʒə

Meanings of Stager:

noun

A person whose job is to style and furnish properties for sale in such a way as to enhance their attractiveness to potential buyers.

Usage examples:

It's common for stagers to declutter and depersonalize homes by putting furniture and family photos…

Stagers

ˈsteɪdʒə

Meanings of Stagers:

noun

A person whose job is to style and furnish properties for sale in such a way as to enhance their attractiveness to potential buyers.

Usage examples:

It's common for stagers to declutter and depersonalize homes by putting furniture and family photos…

Meanings of Stages:

noun

A point, period, or step in a process or development.

Usage examples:

There is no need at this stage to give explicit details
verb

Present a performance of (a play or other show).

Usage examples:

The show is being staged at the grand opera house in belfast

Meanings of Stagestruck:

adjective

Having a passionate desire to become an actor.

Usage examples:

The stage-struck youth promised himself that one day his name would be on the theatre's billboard

Stagflation

stæɡˈfleɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Stagflation:

noun

Persistent high inflation combined with high unemployment and stagnant demand in a country's economy.

Usage examples:

The result was stagflation; tighter monetary policy that did not reduce inflation, but it did lead …

Meanings of Stagged:

adjective

(of a garment, especially trousers) roughly cut to become shorter.

Usage examples:

Stagged jeans
verb

Buy (shares in a new issue) and sell them at once for a profit.

Usage examples:

They made profits from stagging each issue

Past simple and past participle of stag uk

Stagger

ˈstaɡə

Meanings of Stagger:

verb

Walk or move unsteadily, as if about to fall.

Usage examples:

He staggered to his feet, swaying a little
noun

An unsteady walk or movement.

Usage examples:

She walked with a stagger

Staggered

ˈstæɡ.əd

Meanings of Staggered:

verb

Walk or move unsteadily, as if about to fall.

Usage examples:

He staggered to his feet, swaying a little
noun

An unsteady walk or movement.

Usage examples:

She walked with a stagger
adjective

Arranged so that things happen at different times or so that things are not positioned in a regular way

Usage examples:

Staggered payments, cabinets can be hung at staggered heights.

Meanings of Staggering:

adjective

Deeply shocking; astonishing.

Usage examples:

The staggering bills for maintenance and repair
verb

Walk or move unsteadily, as if about to fall.

Usage examples:

He staggered to his feet, swaying a little

Staggeringly

ˈstæɡ.ər.ɪŋ.li

Meanings of Staggeringly:

adverb

To an astonishing or shocking degree.

Usage examples:

A staggeringly beautiful coastline

Staggers

ˈstaɡə

Meanings of Staggers:

verb

Walk or move unsteadily, as if about to fall.

Usage examples:

He staggered to his feet, swaying a little
plural noun

Any of several parasitic or acute deficiency diseases of farm animals characterized by staggering or loss of balance.

Usage examples:

It is particularly toxic to horses and can cause the blind staggers.

Meanings of Stagging:

verb

Buy (shares in a new issue) and sell them at once for a profit.

Usage examples:

They made profits from stagging each issue
noun

A male deer, especially a male red deer after its fifth year.

Usage examples:

Beyond it great beams of light lit up the depths of glen loyne and somewhere down below, red deer s…
adverb

Without a female partner at a social gathering.

Usage examples:

A lot of boys went stag

Present participle of stag uk

Staghorn

ˌstæɡ.hɔːn ˈsuː.mæk

Meanings of Staghorn:

noun

The antler of a stag, used to make handles for knives and walking sticks.

Usage examples:

Plated with staghorn, the cheek piece has a finely engraved scene of wolves attacking a lamb in a l…

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