- 1The center of a stage.More example sentences
- She was at center stage making her curtain call.
- As each of four sets is pushed to centre stage, the garden's usurpation of the kitchen is delightfully revealed.
- So courtiers, listening to an amazing tale, sit down on the ground across center stage in a row, the talebearer getting down similarly opposite the front man in the lineup.
- 1.1The most prominent position: oil remains at center stage, with demands for expanded drillingMore example sentences
- Taking centre stage at yesterday's press conference was Paul Burke who will start at out half in place of the injured Ronan O'Gara.
- Taking centre stage over the two days is an array of tall ships from all over the world.
- A fairhaven schoolboy got his hands on one of the most famous pieces of silverware in football this week - and he'll be taking centre stage before 80,000 people at a major final next year.
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- 1At or toward the middle of a stage: at the play’s opening she stands center stageMore example sentences
- He stands centre stage, raising his arms like a talented preacher.
- Regardless of what was happening centre stage, I was continually drawn to watch this character and to Mr. Poynder's unfaltering interpretation.
- She strides center stage, cheeks sagging with woe, and reads from a note card - great tragedy, brilliant talent, unrecoverable loss.
- 1.1In or toward a prominent position: Asian countries have moved center stage for world businessMore example sentences
- Supply chain management has moved center stage largely because of globalization.
- The prospect of "green" data centers has moved center stage.
- The city's seedy side has moved center stage.
More definitions of center stageDefinition of center stage in:
- The British & World English dictionary