- 1 1.1 (platform) tablado (m); (in theater) escenario (m) to go on stage salir* a escena or al escenario to hold the stage cautivar al público an important figure on the world/international stage una importante figura de la escena mundial/internacional to set the stage for sth crear el marco para algo (before noun/delante del nombre) stage costumes vestuario (masculine) stage designer escenógrafo, (masculine, feminine) stage director director, (masculine, feminine) de escena stage door entrada (feminine) de artistas stage effects efectos (masculine) escénicos stage lighting iluminación (feminine) escénica stage presence presencia (feminine) escénica stage set decorado (m), escenografía (f) stage show función (f) or representación (f) teatral 1.2 (medium) the stage el teatro he doesn't write exclusively for the stage no escribe solo obras de teatro his ambition was to appear on the London stage su ambición era actuar en los escenarios londinenses (before noun/delante del nombre) stage adaptation adaptación (feminine) teatral or para la escena 1.3 (profession) the stage el teatro, las tablas [journalese/lenguaje periodístico] to go on the stage hacerse* actor/actriz to leave the stage dejar el teatro, abandonar las tablas [journalese/lenguaje periodístico] (before noun/delante del nombre) [actress] de teatro stage name nombre (masculine) artísticoMore example sentences
- An actor gets on stage and performs and you have a moment of true inspiration.
- A properly trained voice is an asset to any actor, especially to those who perform on stage.
- Ms Carey will perform the stunt on stage at the Hull New Theatre during the run, from tonight until Saturday.
- 2 (in development, activity) fase (f), etapa (f) the project is in its final stage(s) el proyecto está en su última fase or etapa the various stages of development of the fetus las distintas fases or etapas or [formal] los distintos estadios del desarrollo embrionario the early/late stages of pregnancy los primeros/últimos meses del embarazo at a later stage más adelante at this late stage, there is little we can do a estas alturas, poco es lo que podemos hacer we'll need to discuss this at some stage en algún momento vamos a tener que hablar de esto at this stage in the game a esta altura del partido I'd reached the stage where I didn't care any more había llegado a un punto en que ya no me importaba by this stage, we were all exhausted a esas alturas, ya estábamos todos agotados it's just a stage she's going through no es más que una etapa que está atravesando to do sth in stages hacer* algo por etapas French grammar in o by stages la gramática francesa paso a pasoMore example sentences
- Lastly there may be a stage of exhaustion, tiredness and weakness.
- All stages of the re-entry went according to plan.
- The argument at this point proceeds in three stages.
- 3 (of rocket) fase (feminine) a three-stage rocket un cohete de tres fasesMore example sentences
- The first, second, and third stages of the Soyuz launch vehicle fired and separated by 11 minutes into the rocket's flight.
- Russian and European engineers will work together to develop reusable liquid engines, reusable liquid stages and experimental vehicles.
- Three of the four stages exhausted their solid propellants through a single adjustable nozzle which guided the missile along its flight path.
- 4 (stagecoach) [archaic/arcaico] diligencia (feminine)More example sentences
- Besides this there were passengers coming in on the stage and mail from Silver Reef and Pioche.
- A four horse teem mail stage operated over this route daily, except Sunday, going west one day and returning eastward the following day.
Spain's War of Independence against Napoleon Bonaparte's French occupation was ignited by the popular revolt in Madrid on 2 May 1808 against the French army. With support from the Duke of Wellington, Spanish resistance continued for over five years in a guerra de guerrillas which gave the world the concept and the term guerrilla warfare. The autocratic Fernando VII was restored to the throne in 1814, and his first act was to abolish the progressive Constitution of Cadiz adopted in 1812.
- 1 1.1 (carry out, hold) [festival/event] organizar*, montar; [strike/demonstration] hacer*; [attack] llevar a cabo, perpetrar; [coup] dar* the team staged a dramatic recovery el equipo se rehabilitó de forma espectacular she staged a comeback five years later hizo su reaparición cinco años más tardeMore example sentences1.2 (engineer, arrange) arreglar, orquestar the interview was obviously staged la entrevista fue obviamente arreglada or orquestada
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- The event was staged by concert organisers, Young Voices.
- The new service is already in talks with several high profile public sector organisations about staging large-scale forums.
- He also thanked the venues for hosting the events and the rest of the committee members for their work in organising and staging the event.
- Whenever I watch England when they're in a leading position, the possibility of their opponents staging an unexpected comeback is always at the back of my mind.
- Trailing by ten points with less than ten minutes left, Malton staged a dramatic comeback to snatch the win.
- They're listening intently or with anger to a master of sound bytes who staged a dramatic comeback.
- 2 [Theater/Teatro] [play] poner* en escena, representarMore example sentences
- Adult performers will be staging a one-act play as part of the drama night in December.
- Although they stage the same play, the performance is different each night.
- For Joan D' Mello, Assistant Director of Aliyavar, staging the play was a dream come true.