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TOEFL BNC: 1112 COCA: 738

scene noun THEATRE/FILM

B1 [ C ] a part of a play or film in which the action stays in one place for a continuous period of time场景,场面;镜头

the funeral/wedding scene葬礼/婚礼场景
nude/sex scenes裸体镜头/床上戏
Juliet dies in Act IV, Scene iii.朱丽叶死于第四幕第三场。

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The whole of the banquet scene is mimed.

In the first scene, the camera moves slowly across the room.

It took seven retakes to get the scene exactly right.

a steamy love scene

The love scenes were very tender.

scene noun VIEW

B2 [ C ] a view or picture of a place, event, or activity情景,场景,场面

Lowry painted street scenes.劳里画了街景。
scenes of everyday life日常生活的情景
figurative There were scenes of great joy as the hostages were reunited with their families.当人质与家人团聚时,眼前是一幕幕无比喜悦的场景。

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a scene of desolation

Our window looked out on a beautiful alpine scene.

The painting depicts an idyllic pastoral scene of shepherds watching over their grazing sheep.

Picture the scene - the crowds of people and animals, the noise, the dirt.

There is a battle scene on the front cover.

scene noun PLACE

B2 [ C usually singular ] a place where an unpleasant event has happened(不愉快事件发生的)现场,地点

The police arrived to find a scene of horrifying destruction.警察赶到时看到那个地方已经毁坏得不成样子了。
Evidence was found at the scene of the crime.在犯罪现场发现了证据。

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Doctors pronounced him clinically dead at the scene of the accident.

Ambulances, police cars and fire engines all converged on the scene.

Bloodstained clothing was found near the scene.

A knife was found at the scene of the crime.

The car had been abandoned two kilometres away from the scene of the robbery.

scene noun AREA

B2 [ S ] a particular area of activity and all the people or things connected with it活动领域,圈子,界

the pop/political/drugs/gay scene流行音乐界/政界/毒品圈/同性恋者的圈子
Rap music arrived/came/appeared on the scene in the early 1980s.说唱音乐于20世纪80年代初流行起来。
informal I'd rather go to a jazz concert - I'm afraid opera isn't really my scene (= is not the type of thing I like).我宁可去听爵士音乐会——恐怕歌剧不是我的兴趣所在。

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the club scene

the British contemporary dance scene

She's the most exciting British singer to emerge on the pop scene for a decade.

He broke onto the music scene with his first single.

The newcomer on the radio scene is a commercial station devoted to classical music.

scene noun ARGUMENT

C2 [ C ] an expression of great anger or similar feelings, often between two people, or an occasion when this happens发脾气,吵闹

Please don't make a scene.别这么大吵大闹的。
There was a terrible scene and Jayne ended up in tears.他们吵得不可开交,杰恩最后泪流满面。
TOEFL BNC: 1112 COCA: 738


1place where sth happened發生地點ADJECTIVE | VERB + SCENE | PREPOSITION ADJECTIVEaccident, crash, crime, murder事故/墜機/犯罪/兇殺現場footprints found near the murder scene在兇殺現場附近發現的腳印VERB + SCENEattend, be on到現場;在現場A police officer attended the scene.一名警察來到現場。arrive at, arrive on, reach趕到現場;到達現場An ambulance soon arrived at the scene of the accident.一輛救護車很快趕到了事故現場。return to, rush to回到/趕回現場flee, leave逃離/離開現場be called to被叫到現場The police were called to the scene.警察被叫到了現場。cordon off (especially BrE) 在現場設置警戒線PREPOSITIONat the scene在現場Police say the man died at the scene.警方說那名男子當場死亡。a gun found at the scene of the crime在犯罪現場找到的槍on the scene到現場Photographers were on the scene in seconds.攝影師轉瞬間就到了現場。scene of⋯的現場The criminal often revisits the scene of the crime.罪犯往往會重返犯罪現場。


2what you see around you周圍所見的景象ADJECTIVE | VERB + SCENE | SCENE + VERB | PREPOSITION | PHRASES ADJECTIVEbeautiful, charming, idyllic, peaceful, picturesque美景;迷人的景色;田園詩般的景色;寧靜的景象;如畫的風景bucolic, pastoral鄉村景色;田園風光grisly, gruesome, horrific可怕的/嚇人的/恐怖的景象appalling, distressing駭人的/令人痛苦的景象touching動人的景象bizarre, extraordinary, strange怪異的/異常的/奇怪的情景She opened the door on an extraordinary scene of disorder.她打開門,眼前是一片混亂不堪的景象。familiar熟悉的景象domestic家庭景象a touching domestic scene動人的家庭畫面city, country, rural, street城市景色;鄉村景色;田園風景;街景nativity聖誕場景VERB + SCENEstare at, survey, watch, witness注視/查看/審視/目擊情景He surveyed the scene with horror.他查看這一場景時心裏充滿了恐懼。imagine, picture設想/描繪景象recall, remember, replay回憶/記起/重溫景象I replayed the scene in my mind.那一幕情景在我腦海中重現。describe描述情形SCENE + VERBoccur, unfold情形發生/呈現We sat in horror watching the scenes of violence unfold before us.我們驚恐地呆坐着,目睹暴力場景一幕幕在眼前呈現。be reminiscent of sth情景令人回憶起⋯Paramedics tended the wounded in scenes reminiscent of wartime.救護人員照料傷者的情形令人想起戰時歲月。PREPOSITIONamid scenes of在情景之中The star arrived amidst scenes of excitement.明星到達時現場一片歡騰。in a/the scene在情景中scene from來自⋯的情景scenes from Greek mythology希臘神話中的情景scene of⋯的景象He painted scenes of country life.他描繪的是鄉間生活的景象。The battlefield was a scene of utter carnage.戰場完全是一片大屠殺的慘象。PHRASESa change of scene (especially BrE) (usually a change of scenery in NAmE) 環境的改換You're exhausted. What you need is a complete change of scene.你已經筋疲力盡了,你需要的是徹底換一下環境。


3one part of book, play, etc.書;戲劇ADJECTIVE | VERB + SCENE | SCENE + VERB | SCENE + NOUN | PREPOSITION | PHRASES ADJECTIVEopening開場climactic, final, last高潮段;終場;最後一幕dramatic, funny, romantic, steamy, touching, tragic戲劇性的/滑稽的/浪漫的/激情的/動人的/悲劇性的場面The movie has several steamy bedroom scenes.影片中有幾場牀上激情戲。courtroom, crowd法庭/群眾場面action, battle, chase, fight動作戲;戰爭場面;追打場面;打鬥場面bedroom, kissing, love, sex牀上戲;吻戲;愛情戲;性愛場面death死亡場景cut, deleted剪切掉的/刪剪了的場景VERB + SCENEact, play演出⋯場面She plays the love scenes brilliantly.她把幾場愛情戲演得有聲有色。rehearse, run through排練⋯場面We ran through the final scene again.我們又把最後一場戲過了一遍。recreate重塑場景write描寫場景film, shoot拍攝⋯場面stage上演⋯場景set設置場景The scene is set in the first paragraph with an account of Sally's childhood.第一段中通過對薩莉童年的描述設定了故事的背景。steal搶戲The little girl stole the scene from all the big stars.這個小女孩比所有那些大明星都搶鏡頭。SCENE + VERBfeature sb一場戲由某人主演depict sth, show sth場景描述⋯/表現⋯begin場景開始take place場景發生shift場景轉換Then the scene shifts to the kitchen.接着鏡頭切換到了廚房。SCENE + NOUNchange場景的改變PREPOSITIONin a/the scene在場景中He appears in the opening scene.一開場他就登台亮相了。scene between⋯之間的戲There is a dramatic fight scene between the two brothers.兩兄弟之間有一場充滿戲劇衝突的打鬥戲。PHRASESbehind the scenes (= behind the stage) 在幕後The documentary takes a look behind the scenes at the making of the hit TV series.這部紀錄片拍攝的是製作熱播電視連續劇的幕後花絮。a change of scene場景的改變


4public display of anger, etc.當眾發火ADJECTIVE | VERB + SCENE | PREPOSITION ADJECTIVEbig, little當眾大吵;當眾小鬧一場angry, terrible, ugly, unpleasant當眾發火;粗俗的當眾大吵;令人不快的當眾吵鬧emotional, violent情緒激動的當眾大吵;激烈的當眾吵鬧VERB + SCENEcause, create, make引起當眾吵鬧;大吵大鬧Quiet! Don't make a scene!安靜!不要當眾大吵大鬧!PREPOSITIONscene between⋯之間的爭吵There have been a couple of ugly scenes between him and the manager.他和經理之間有過幾次極不愉快的爭吵。


5area of activity活動領域ADJECTIVE | VERB + SCENE | PREPOSITION | PHRASES ADJECTIVEburgeoning, flourishing, lively生機勃勃的/欣欣向榮的/活躍的領域contemporary當代領域international, local, world國際/地方/世界領域art, arts, cultural, literary, music, musical, theatre/theater藝術界;文化界;文學領域;音樂界;戲劇界He is heavily involved in the local art scene.他與當地藝術界關係密切。club, dance夜總會圈子;舞蹈界fashion, political, social時裝界;政界;社會領域dating, singles約會圈子;單身人士圈子gay同性戀圈子drug, drugs, underground毒品圈子;地下圈子folk, jazz, pop, rap, rock, etc.民間音樂、爵士樂、流行樂、說唱音樂、搖滾樂等圈子VERB + SCENEbe involved in, be part of涉足/參與⋯領域appear on, arrive on, come on, come onto出現在⋯領域;現身⋯領域;在⋯領域登場A new face has arrived on the South African literary scene.南非文學界出現了一張新面孔。burst onto, explode onto突然出現在⋯領域;突然在⋯領域顯現vanish from從⋯領域消失Many of the stars of the nineties have completely vanished from the music scene.許多 90 年代的明星已經從樂壇銷聲匿跡了。dominate支配⋯領域PREPOSITIONon the scene, onto the scene出現在⋯領域the eruption of Cuban music onto the world scene古巴音樂在世界樂壇的崛起PHRASESa newcomer to the scene圈內的新人The movie's director is a newcomer to the Hollywood scene.這部影片的導演是好萊塢圈子裏的新人。not your scene (informal) 不是興趣所在Hillwalking is not my scene, so I stayed at home.山地遠足不是我的興趣所在,所以我待在家裏。
TOEFL BNC: 1112 COCA: 738
scene noun
scene (the opening scene) fuss (make a scene) place1 (the scene of the crime) view2 (a delightful scene)


scene ♦︎ passage ♦︎ line ♦︎ extract ♦︎ excerpt ♦︎ clip ♦︎ snatch ♦︎ readingThese are all words for a short section of a work, such as a book, film or piece of music. 这些词均表示书、电影或音乐等的片段。NOTE 辨析 Compare the words in this entry with the words in the entry for section. These words generally refer to literature, films and music. The words in the section entry generally refer to factual, legal or technical documents. 把本组词汇与section条中的词汇相比较可知,本组词汇一般指文学、电影和音乐,而section条中的词汇一般指事实性、法律或技术文本。PATTERNS AND COLLOCATIONS 句型和搭配a scene / a passage / a line / an extract / an excerpt / a clip / snatches / a reading from stha line / an extract / a clip / snatches of stha long scene / passage / extracta short scene / passage / extract / excerpt / clip(a) brief scene / passage / extract / clip / snatchesthe opening scene / passage / linea famous scene / passage / lineto read / quote a passage / a line / an extractto publish a passage / an extract / an excerpta passage / an extract / an excerpt / a reading is taken from sth (e.g. a book)sth includes passages / extracts / excerpts / clips scene [countable] a part of a film, play or book in which the action happens in one place or is of one particular type (电影、戏剧或书中的)镜头,场面,片段The movie opens with a scene in a New York apartment.影片开头一幕发生在纽约的一套公寓里。I got nervous before my big scene (= the one where I have a very important part).我演那场重头戏之前很紧张。The film contains some minor sex scenes.这部影片中有少量床上戏。 passage [countable] a short section from a piece of writing or music, sometimes separated from the whole (文章或音乐的)章节,段落;乐段Read the following passage and answer the questions below.阅读下面这段文章并回答后面的问题。His fifteenth symphony quotes a famous passage from the William Tell Overture.他的第十五交响曲引用了《威廉•退尔》序曲中的一个著名乐段。 line [countable] a row of words written on a page or the empty space where they can be written; a row of words in a poem or song 字行;诗行;歌词Look at line 5 of the text.看正文第5行。Write the title of your essay on the top line.把文章的标题写在首行。I can only remember the first two lines of that song.我只记得那首歌的头两句歌词。 extract ˈekstrækt [countable] a short section from a piece of writing or music, especially one that gives you an idea of what the whole thing is like (文章或音乐的)摘录,选录,节录The following extract is taken from her new novel.下面一段摘自她的新小说。 excerpt ˈeksɜːpt; NAmE ˈeksɜːrpt [countable] an extract (文章或音乐的)摘录,选录,节录The show features excerpts from classic jazz recordings.这场演出的特色是会呈现一些经典爵士乐唱片的作品选段。NOTE 辨析 Extract or excerpt? Extract is used more often when talking about a piece of writing; excerpt is used more often when talking about a piece of music. An excerpt from a piece of writing is often shorter than an extract. In a report or academic text, where passages of text are included and given numbers, extract is used. * extract更常指文章的摘录,excerpt更常指音乐的片段。表示文章的摘录时excerpt常比extract短。报告或学术文本中用数字编号的摘录要用extractExtract 15 illustrates the importance of careful planning.选文15说明认真制订计划的重要性。Excerpt 15 illustrates the importance of careful planning. clip [countable] a short part of a film that is shown separately 电影片段Here is a clip from her latest movie.这是她的最新电影的片段。 snatch [countable] (informal) a very small part of a conversation or piece of music that you hear, especially by chance (尤指偶然听到的)只言片语,音乐片段I only caught snatches of the conversation.我只听到了谈话的只言片语。I heard a snatch of music coming from the bar.我听到酒吧里传来一段音乐。 reading [countable] a short section from a book that is read aloud, especially a section from the Bible as part of a religious service (从书中节选的)朗诵片段;(尤指在宗教仪式中朗读的)《圣经》章节The reading today is from the Book of Daniel.今天朗读的经文选自《但以理书》。He was invited to give a poetry reading as part of the literary festival.他应邀在文学节上表演诗朗诵。
TOEFL BNC: 1112 COCA: 738
Views and landscapes: view, scene, sight...
General words for location and place: place, location, setting...
Arguments: argument, disagreement, conflict...

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