Synonyms of scene in English:

scene

noun

  • 1 others were treated at the scene of the accident for cuts and bruises
    location, site, place, position, point, spot; locale, whereabouts; arena, stage, set
    technical locus
  • 2 tapestries and shields adorned the wall, setting the scene for the conference the scene is London, in the late 1890s
  • 3 there had been terrible scenes of violence in Europe
    incident, event, episode, happening, moment
  • 4 an impressive mountain scene
    view, vista, outlook, panorama, prospect, sight; landscape, scenery; picture, tableau, spectacle
  • 5 she made an embarrassing scene outside the bank
    fuss, exhibition of oneself, performance, tantrum, outburst, commotion, disturbance, row, upset, contretemps, furore, brouhaha
    British informal carry-on
  • 6 Michael never joined in—I don't think it was his scene the Irish music scene
    area of interest, field of interest, field, interest, speciality, territory, province, preserve; sphere, world, milieu, realm, domain
    informal thing
  • 7 the last scene of the play
    subdivision, division, section, segment
  • 8 a scene from a Laurel and Hardy film
    section, segment, part, clip, sequence
  • Phrases

    behind the scenes

  • 1 informal discussions continued behind the scenes
    [Antonyms] publicly
  • 2 behind-the-scenes diplomatic activity
    secret, private, clandestine, surreptitious; confidential
    [Antonyms] public
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