Definición de scenario en inglés:

scenario

Saltos de línea: scen|ario
Pronunciación: /sɪˈnɑːrɪəʊ
 
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sustantivo (plural scenarios)

  • 1A written outline of a film, novel, or stage work giving details of the plot and individual scenes: the scenarios for four short stories
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    • He entered the film industry taking small-part roles and writing scenarios for the London Film Company.
    • This at least saves me trying to comprehend how anybody could write such abysmal dialogue, characters, and plot scenarios.
    • Imagine being able to create scenarios instead of linear plot threads, world environments instead of single scenes.
    Sinónimos
    plot, outline, storyline, framework, structure, scheme, plan, layout; screenplay, script; synopsis, summary, precis
    technical schema
    rare diegesis
  • 1.1A postulated sequence or development of events: a possible scenario is that he was attacked after opening the front door
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    • Rather it postulates possible future scenarios without making any assessment of the likelihood that any one scenario will occur.
    • In any event, this scenario is simply not possible with this democracy and civil society will not accept it.
    • Worst case scenarios predict that hundreds of thousands of Balinese who depend on the tourism sector could lose their livelihood.
    Sinónimos
    sequence of events, course of events, chain of events, series of developments, situation
  • 1.2A setting, in particular for a work of art or literature: the scenario is World War Two
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    • Here, as in an interviewing scenario, two people are seated in a situation to be recorded.
    • Monumental, even cosmic, this painting brings to mind Creation scenarios.
    • The optical mouse is comfortable in most scenarios, but is not an ergonomic masterpiece.
    Sinónimos

Origen

late 19th century: from Italian, from Latin scena 'scene'.

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