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Question: Embarrassing commotion
SCENE Definition 1:
A division of an act in a play during which the action takes place in a single place without a break in time .
The play’s opening scene takes place in the courtyard.
Act I, Scene 3
SCENE Definition 2:
A part of a play, movie, story, etc., in which a particular action or activity occurs .
A famous love/fight/chase scene
The actor was nervous about his big scene.
SCENE Definition 3:
A view or sight that looks like a picture .
A winter scene
scenes [=images] of poverty
SCENE Definition 4:
The place of an event or action
This is the scene [=location] where the movie was filmed.
A crime scene
Police are now
The scene of the crime/attack/accident
The scene [=setting] of the story is New York City in the 1920s.
SCENE Definition 5:
An occurrence in which someone becomes angry and loud in a noticeable way in a public place
There was quite an ugly/angry scene at the restaurant.
The little boy
SCENE Definition 6:
A particular area of activity that involves many people .
The music scene is changing in the city.
The nightclub scene isn’t for me. = (informal) Nightclubs are
He is new to the political scene. [=arena]
After years of making movies, she suddenly vanished from the scene.
SCENE Definition 7:
Someone’s usual area of activity or surroundings :the place where someone lives, works, etc.
I’m sick of the cold weather. I need a change of scene. [=I need to go somewhere else]
SCENE Definition 8:
Something that happens :an event or occurrence
The book describes scenes [=episodes] from his childhood.
scenes of violence
A scene of celebration
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