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Noun
The place where an incident in real life or fiction occurs or occurred
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“The first-aid equipment will be used at the scene of any major accident.”
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An incident of a specified nature
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“A young mother is being treated in hospital after becoming a human fireball in a horrifying scene outside her home.”
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A landscape, or part of a landscape
“The scene at the summit of the mountain was, to say the least, absolutely spectacular.”
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A public display of emotion or anger
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“When you're at the supermarket, you are basically on a mission to get in and get out without your toddler creating a scene.”
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A specified area of activity or interest
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“He has been an established legend in the music scene for many years.”
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A part or section of a dramatic performance
“Grab the audience in the opening scene, or they won't stay around for the rest of the story.”
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The context relevant to a given situation
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“Reports begin by setting the scene for readers in a way that lets them understand the sequence of actions about to unfold.”
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A public display of anger or annoyance
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Heated and prolonged public dissension over an issue
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The occurrence of dangerous or exciting things
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The style of decoration of a room or building
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A visually striking performance or display
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The atmosphere or pervading tone of something
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The positioning of a building or other structure in a particular direction
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Behaviour of this kind
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Story line
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A fit of feeling annoyed, offended or resentful
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A short play or performance, typically humorous in nature
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(film) A scene or sequence recorded without interruption
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A tactic or artifice designed to gain the upper hand
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An administrative district of a city or country
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A sudden occurrence of a particular activity (or emotion)
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An unusual and exciting or daring experience
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A theatre where films are shown for public entertainment
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A vivid depiction or representation of someone or something in art or literature
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A favorable circumstance or occasion
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Something done for pleasure or entertainment
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