scene

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} sahne

Korkunç sahne onu korku içinde titretti. - The terrible scene made him tremble in fear.

Korkunç sahne onu ürpertti. - The terrible scene made him shudder.

olay yeri

Araba kazası olay yeri korkunç bir manzaraydı. - The scene of the car accident was a horrifying sight.

Olay yerini detaylı olarak tanımladı. - She described the scene in detail.

manzara

Manzaradan derinden etkilendim. - I was deeply impressed by the scenery.

Manzara beni daha genç günlerime geri götürdü. - The scenery carried me back to my younger days.

{i} sahne, manzara, görünüm, görüntü: The picture depicts a
hadise
{i} mizansen
görünüm
keste
rezalet

Herkesin önünde rezalet çıkarmayın. - Don't make a scene in public.

Sami, Leyla'nın düğününde bir rezalete neden oldu. - Sami caused a scene at Layla's wedding.

heyecan

Bu heyecanlandırıcı bir sahne. - That's a heartwarming scene.

patırtı
olay

Olay yerini detaylı olarak tanımladı. - She described the scene in detail.

Araba kazası olay yeri korkunç bir manzaraydı. - The scene of the car accident was a horrifying sight.

dekor

Bir sahne dekoru değişikliğinin bizi iyi yapabileceğini düşündüm. - I figured a change of scenery might do us good.

Gerçekten sahne dekorunda bir değişiklik kullanabilirim. - I could really use a change in scenery!

{i} sahne dekoru

Gerçekten sahne dekorunda bir değişiklik kullanabilirim. - I could really use a change in scenery!

Bir sahne dekoru değişikliğinin bizi iyi yapabileceğini düşündüm. - I figured a change of scenery might do us good.

{i} faaliyet alanı
{i} tiy., sin., TV sahne: the second scene of a play bir oyunun ikinci sahnesi
görüntü

Ben Shinkansen'den görüntülenebilir manzarayı seviyorum. - I love the scenery viewable from the Shinkansen.

tablo
scene design
sahne tasarımı
scene engineering
(Askeri) görsel mühendislik
scene of pantomime
(Tiyatro) lazzo
scene of the accident
kaza yeri
scene of the accident
kaza mahali
scene painter
sahne dekoru ressamı
scene of
sahnenin
scene shifter
sahne kaydırıcı
scene dock
{i} dekor ambarı
scene dock
(isim) dekor ambarı
scene of accident
kaza yeri
scene of accident
olay yeri
scene of action commander
(Askeri) HAREKAT ALANI (SAHASI) KOMUTANI: Denizaltı savunma harbinde temas noktasındaki komutan. Genelde bir gemide olup, veya sabit kanatlı uçak, helikopter ya da denizaltıda bulunabilir
scene of action commander
(Askeri) harekat alanı komutanı
scene of crime
cinayet işlenen yer
scene of crime
olay yeri
scene painter
dekor ressamı
act scene
(Demiryolu) (Tiyatro) Oyun sahnesi
crime scene investigation
olay yeri inceleme
knock about scene
(Tiyatro) lazzo
pick up the scene of
kokusunu almak
put on a scene
kıyameti koparmak
world scene
dünya sahnesi
behind the scene
gizlice
behind the scene
perde arkasından
crime scene
olay yeri

Polis olay yerinde kanıt gizledi. - The police planted evidence at the crime scene.

Polis olay yerine yakın çalışan birçok kişiyi sorguladı. - Police questioned many persons who worked near the crime scene.

make a scene
rezalet çıkarmak
make a scene
olay çıkarmak

Ben olay çıkarmak istemedim. - I didn't mean to make a scene.

Herkesin önünde olay çıkarmak istemedim. - I didn't want to make a scene in front of everyone.

mise en scene
mizansen
mise en scene
sahne düzeni
set the scene
-e sahne hazırlamak
at the scene
olay yerinde
behind the scene
Sahne arkasındaki
behind-the-scene
Perde arkası, bir işin gizli içyüzü
burst on the scene
(deyim) Aniden belirivermek; ortaya çıkıvermek
burst upon the scene
(deyim) Aniden belirivermek; ortaya çıkıvermek
crime scene
Olay mahâli, olay yeri, suçun işlendiği yer

The crime scene was full of cops.

flee the scene
Sıvışmak, kaçmak
fleeing the scene
sahne kaçan
international scene
Uluslararası arena
mise-en-scene
biçimin yaratılmasını-en-scene
music scene
müzik dünyasında
on scene
olay yerinde
on-scene commander
-Sahneye komutan
on-scene coordinator
-Sahneye koordinatörü
political scene
siyaset sahnesi
scenes
sahneler
sex scene
(Film) seks sahnesi
steal the scene
dikkati başka tarafa çekmek
create a scene
(deyim) rezalet çıkarmak
crime scene do not pass
suç mahali geçmeyin
crime scene report
suç mahali tutanağı
crime scene report
olay yeri tutanağı
crime scene searches
suç mahallinde araştırma
dramatic scene
acıklı sahne
drop scene
final
drop scene
son perde
fade from the scene
(deyim) aradan çekilmek
fade from the scene
(deyim) sahneden çekilmek
mise an scene
mizansen
mise an scene
sahne düzeni
on scene endurance
(Askeri) harekat seyir mesafesi / süresi
political scene
siyasal sahne
primal scene
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) asal sahne (freud)
quit the scene
sahneden veya olay yerinden çekilmek
real world scene
(virtual reality) gercek dunya sahnesi
set the scene
(deyim) set the scene for sth. bazi beklentiler icin baskalarini hazirlamak
İngilizce - İngilizce
A landscape, or part of a landscape; scenery
An exhibition of passionate or strong feeling before others; often, an artificial or affected action, or course of action, done for effect; a theatrical display

The crazy lady made a scene in the grocery store.

The decorations and fittings of a stage, representing the place in which the action is supposed to go on; one of the slides, or other devices, used to give an appearance of reality to the action of a play; as, to paint scenes; to shift the scenes; to go behind the scenes
A social environment consisting of a large informal, vague group of people with a uniting interest; their sphere of activity
The place, time, circumstance, etc., in which anything occurs, or in which the action of a story, play, or the like, is laid; surroundings amid which anything is set before the imagination; place of occurrence, exhibition, or action
The location of an event that attracts attention
The structure on which a spectacle or play is exhibited; the part of a theater in which the acting is done, with its adjuncts and decorations; the stage
An assemblage of objects presented to the view at once; a series of actions and events exhibited in their connection; a spectacle; a show; an exhibition; a view
To exhibit as a scene; to make a scene of; to display
An element of fiction writing
So much of a play as passes without change of locality or time, or important change of character; hence, a subdivision of an act; a separate portion of a play, subordinate to the act, but differently determined in different plays; as, an act of four scenes
{n} an appearance, part of a play, the stage
On a lighting control console, a combination of lights to create a specific effect on stage Also called a look or cue
Equivalent to Aladdin 4D's "drawing," it is the complete environment: lights, cameras, objects, backgrounds, et cetera Used primarily in those programs (such as LightWave) that can export either just the objects, or the entire scene
The scene of an event is the place where it happened. The area has been the scene of fierce fighting for three months Fire and police crews rushed to the scene, but the couple were already dead
1) A stage setting 2) The blocks or parts into which a play is divided 3) A particular setting of stage lighting that can be reproduced on demand Also State
a display of bad temper; "he had a fit"; "she threw a tantrum"; "he made a scene"
Paintings and drawings of places are sometimes called scenes. James Lynch's country scenes
The key moments showing the characters progression through their story
The place, time, circumstance, etc
A Scene is rather like a chapter in a book or a like a scene in a play A Scene will always contain one or more Actors, including the Background
A collection of geometry to be rendered into a pfChannel
The models inside of a 3D container
a continuous series of shots which take place in a specific period in time (e g dusk) and in the same setting (e g interior, hotel room); usually without any change in personnel necessary
The illumination setting which can be stored and recalled at a later time Scenes are simple to program with ESI's AddressProTM system
You refer to a place as a scene when you are describing its appearance and indicating what impression it makes on you. It's a scene of complete devastation Thick black smoke billowed over the scene
The scene constists of all the Maya data It includes all the models, their animation, effects, settings, etc
The lighting effect created by adjusting several zones/channels of lighting to the desired intensity
If you set the scene for someone, you tell them what they need to know in order to understand what is going to happen or be said next. But first to set the scene: I was having a drink with my ex-boyfriend
a subdivision of an act of a play; "the first act has three scenes"
A fairly short piece of drama that forms one section of the whole
an incident (real or imaginary); "their parting was a sad scene"
the context and environment in which something is set; "the perfect setting for a ghost story"
place where something happened, as in: The detectives roped off the scene of the crime
graphic art consisting of the graphic or photographic representation of a visual percept; "he painted scenes from everyday life"; "figure 2 shows photographic and schematic views of the equipment"
complete action between more than one actor (and audience)
a consecutive series of pictures that constitutes a unit of action in a film
a situation treated as an observable object; "the political picture is favorable"; "the religious scene in England has changed in the last century"
the place where some action occurs; "the police returned to the scene of the crime
(1) The period of stage time representing a single space over a continuous period of time, now usually marked either by the rise or fall of a curtain or by the raising or lowering of lights but in the past often marked simply by a stage clearing; often the subdivision of an act (2) The locale where the events of the play are presumed to take place, as represented by scenery (as in "the scene is the Parson's living room") (3) Of scenery, as "scene design "
If you have a change of scene, you go somewhere different after being in a particular place for a long time. What you need is a change of scene. Why not go on a cruise?
An exhibition of passionate or strong feeling before others; often, an artifical or affected action, or course of action, done for effect; a theatrical display
When a person or thing appears on the scene, they come into being or become involved in something. When they disappear from the scene, they are no longer there or are no longer involved. He could react rather jealously when and if another child comes on the scene
The ``reality''from which an image was taken
The event or community
in which anything occurs, or in which the action of a story, play, or the like, is laid; surroundings amid which anything is set before the imagination; place of occurrence, exhibition, or action
the painted structures of a stage set that are intended to suggest a particular locale; "they worked all night painting the scenery"
If something is done behind the scenes, it is done secretly rather than publicly. But behind the scenes Mr Cain will be working quietly to try to get a deal done
A file containing all the information necessary to identify and position all of the models and their animation, lights, and cameras for rendering
In sound, usually refers to some sort of console automation system; a scene would be a certain set of inputs and outputs at specific levels; advanced automated consoles (Neve, Cadac, Soundcraft, TAC, etc ) will recall many scenes which enables the operator to do very little
A segment in a narrative film that takes place in one time and space or that uses crosscutting to show two or more simultaneous actions
A succession of shots that conveys a unified element of a movie's story
A group of sequences, or a group of shots (in a short scene) The scene
If you refer to what happens behind the scenes, you are referring to what happens during the making of a film, play, or radio or television programme. It's an exciting opportunity to learn what goes on behind the scenes
You can describe an event that you see, or that is broadcast or shown in a picture, as a scene of a particular kind. There were emotional scenes as the refugees enjoyed their first breath of freedom Television broadcasters were warned to exercise caution over depicting scenes of violence
a consecutive series of pictures that constitutes a unit of action in a film a subdivision of an act of a play; "the first act has three scenes"
A scene in a play, film, or book is part of it in which a series of events happen in the same place. I found the scene in which Percy proposed to Olive tremendously poignant. the opening scene of `A Christmas Carol'
You can refer to an area of activity as a particular type of scene. Sandman is a cult figure on the local music scene
A scene is an arrangement of objects, generated by visualization techniques, geometries, and annotations in 3D space that can be rendered
{i} place where an event occurs; vista, view; outburst of excited emotion; division in a play; scenery, backdrop; setting, locale; episode of a story; sphere of activity; situation; personal preference (Slang)
If you make a scene, you embarrass people by publicly showing your anger about something. I'm sorry I made such a scene
the visual percept of a region; "the most desirable feature of the park are the beautiful views"
Something that sets the scene for a particular event creates the conditions in which the event is likely to happen. Gillespie's goal set the scene for an exciting second half
The area on the ground that is covered by an image or photograph
the place where some action occurs; "the police returned to the scene of the crime"
A scene is a setting in which one or more events occur There are two types of scenes Standard scenes, the heroes have the advantage Initiative is won more often, with more advantages, and there are more disadvantages for the villains These scenes are meant to be quick and fast paced, with little worry of failure on the heroes part Dramatic scenes are scenes which are of particular importance to the adventure Villains win initiative more often, with more advantages than penalties, and the heroes have more penalties than advantages Dramatic scenes are harrying and usually can only be won with team work and strategic card playing
scene kid
A young person belonging to a current popular fad or fashion sub-genre, often relating to a musical genre
scene-dock
An area in a theatre with access to the stage and the loading doors where scenery is temporarily stored

Come, I’ll show you where I saw him—in the scene-dock of the third cellar.’.

scene dock
{i} place in a theater close to the stage or below the stage's floor used for storage of scenery
scene graph
The scene graph is the set of items that will be rendered and simulated In Q the scene graph is divided into Zones Each Zone has a hierarchy of Groups to give Instances a transform Items are efficiently placed in the scene graph by multiply Instancing a Geom asset P01
scene graph
A family tree of coordinate systems and shapes that collectively describe a VRML world The top-most item in the scene family tree is the world coordinate system That coordinate system acts as the parent for one or more child coordinate systems and shapes Those child coordinate systems may, in turn, be parents to further child coordinate systems and shapes [see child coordinate system, coordinate system, parent coordinate system, shape, and world coordinate system]
scene graph
A hierarchy of nodes The hierarchy specifies the order in which the nodes are processed
scene graph
A hierarchical assembly of OpenGL Performer nodes linked by explicit attachment arcs that constitutes a virtual world definition for traversal and subsequent display
scene graph
A collection of branch graphs rooted to a Locale A virtual universe has one or more scene graphs See also branch graph and shared graph
scene of the crime
place where the crime took place
scene painter
an artist specializing in scenic subjects
scene painter
a painter of theatrical scenery
scene shifter
{i} person employed to move sets or stage accessory in a theater or opera house; person who moves the scenes in a theater
scene-stealer
an actor who draws more attention than other actors in the same scene; "babies are natural scene-stealers
Nativity Scene
A depiction—which may be pictorial, dramatic, or by means of figurines—of the birth of Jesus Christ in a manger, as described in the New Testament account
bête de scène
a feral player; an actor whose intense performance is likened to a wild animal
bête de scène
a performer with innate talent
crime scene
The location of a crime; especially one at which forensic evidence is collected in a controlled manner
cut scene
A typically non-interactive cinematic narrative technique used in video games to advance the story. Cut scenes may be presented with either full motion video or may be done with the game engine. Cut scenes presented in-engine can be interactive, the player may be able to change the camera angle or press a button to perform an action
deleted scene
A scene removed from or replaced by another scene in the final version of a motion picture or television program episode
mise en scene
Alternative form of mise en scène
mise en scène
Physical environment; surroundings
mise en scène
The arrangement of props and actors on a stage or for film
mise-en-scene
Alternative spelling of mise en scène
mises en scène
plural form of mise en scène
nativity scene
Alternative spelling of Nativity Scene
on-scene
At the site of an incident
primal scene
In Freudian theory, the first time a child witnesses (and understands) its parents copulating

She argues that perverse sexual activity constitutes an attempt to restage the primal scene in such a way as to eliminate its traumatic aspects.

sex scene
A segment in a movie or television program in which characters engage in simulated or real sexual activity
not one's scene
Something you don’t like or feel comfortable with
not one's scene
Not something one enjoys or is interested in
burst on the scene
(deyim) Appear suddenly somewhere; to enter or arrive suddenly some place

1. The police suddenly burst on the scene. 2. They burst on the scene and took control.

burst upon the scene
(deyim) Appear suddenly somewhere; to enter or arrive suddenly some place

1. The police suddenly burst upon the scene. 2. They burst upon the scene and took control.

mise-en-scene
the arrangement of scenery and stage properties in a play
mise-en-scene
the setting of an event
Christmas Nativity Scene
Christmas scene that includes Virgin Mary and Joseph and baby Jesus and the three Wise Men
absurd scene
preposterous situation, ridiculous episode, incongruous scene
arrive on the scene
reach the place of action, get to the place of activity
at the scene
present, located at the place
change of scene
change of location, change of surroundings; change of the place in which the action occurs (in a book, etc.)
come on the scene
appear, enter the picture
crime scene
A crime scene is a place that is being investigated by the police because a crime has taken place there. Photographs of the crime scene began to arrive within twenty minutes
die at the scene
die at the place of an accident or assault, die before being taken to the hospital
die on the scene
die before being taken to the hospital, die at the place of an accident or assault
drop scene
drop curtain painted with a scene; last scene of a play or act
flee the scene
run away from the place where something happened
genre scene
genre painting, kind of painting that portrays everyday life
heartbreaking scene
distressing sight
last scene
final scene, last episode (of a play)
left the scene
departed from the stage, left from the location
made a scene
made a big deal out of something, overreacted
make a scene
throw a fit, make a fuss
mise en scene
arrangement of scenery and properties to represent the place where a play or movie is enacted
mise en scene
scenery, setting
mise-en-scene
All of the elements placed in front of the camera to be photographed: the settings and props, lighting, costumes and make-up, and figure behavior
mise-en-scene
This term refers to the way a shot is visually staged for the camera It literally translates as "what's put into the scene," and to describe a shot or a scene's mise-en-scene is to describe all the elements that go into composing its "look" (those things for which the production designer is responsible, but also the director and even the director of photography) We might think of it as all those elements of a scene that a film would share with a stage version of the same thing, or all those elements of a shot that a film would share with a painting of the same thing Often, a mise-en-scene approach to filmmaking is contrasted with a montage approach: that is, some filmmakers favor creating meaning through building it up over the course of an unbroken shot, while some filmmakers favor creating meaning through the juxtaposition or cutting together of shots Of course, all films can't help but do both
mise-en-scene
The putting on stage" of a play, including the setting, scenery, direction, and acting (blocking)
paramedics arrived on the scene
emergency medical personnel arrive to the location
police arrived on the scene
police got to the location, police arrived at the place
political scene
political stage, political surroundings
quit the scene
left; died
scenes
Plural of scene
scene