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 Übersetzung für 'scene' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a scene | scenes
SYNO aspect | conniption | fit | ...
sceneSzene {f}
1247
sceneSchauplatz {m}
229
theatre
scene
Bühne {f}
208
lit.theatre
scene
Auftritt {m}
95
sceneVorfall {m}
70
sceneOrt {m}
46
art
scene
Ansicht {f}
44
lit.theatre
scene
Bild {n} [Szene]
38
photo.
scene
Motiv {n}
33
sceneVorgang {m}
23
sociol.
... scene [music scene, drug scene, etc.]
-szene {f} [Musikszene, Drogenszene etc.]
16
lit.
scene
Episode {f}
16
scene [fig.]Streit {m}
15
theatre
scene
Theaterszene {f}
8
lit.
scene
Ort {m} der Handlung
2 Wörter: Substantive
photo.
(photo) scene
Fotomotiv {n} [Gegenstand einer Fotografie]
accident sceneUnfallstelle {f}
accident sceneUnglücksstelle {f}
film
action scene
Actionszene {f}
pol.sociol.
activist scene
Aktivistenszene {f}
aggrandized sceneübertriebene Szene {f}
sociol.
anarchist scene
Chaotenszene {f}
sociol.
anarchist scene
Anarchistenszene {f}
art
art scene
Kunstszene {f}
art
art scene
Kunstbetrieb {m}
art
art scene
Künstlerszene {f}
art
arts scene
Kunstszene {f}
art
arts scene
Künstlerszene {f}
attack sceneAnschlagsort {m}
bacchanalian sceneZechszene {f}
dance
ballet scene
Tanzszene {f} [Welt des Balletts]
filmmil.
battle scene
Kampfszene {f}
beach sceneStrandszene {f}
bedroom sceneSchlafzimmerszene {f}
filmtheatre
bedroom scene
Bettszene {f}
artbibl.
biblical scene [also: Biblical scene]
biblische Szene {f}
film
Chaplinesque scene
Chaplinade {f}
city sceneStadtszene {f}
climactic scene Höhepunkt {m} [Schlüsselszene in einem Film, Buch etc.]
climbing
climbing scene
Kletterszene {f}
lit.theatre
closet scene
Schlafzimmerszene {f} [im Drama]
closing sceneSchlussszene {f}
sociol.
club scene
Klubszene {f}
sociol.
club scene
Vereinsszene {f}
sociol.
club scene
Klublandschaft {f}
concluding sceneSchlussszene {f}
crash sceneUnfallort {m}
crime sceneTatort {m}
filmtheatre
crowd scene
Massenszene {f}
cult sceneKultszene {f}
cultural sceneKulturszene {f}
dance scene Tanzszene {f} [in Film, Theaterstück; auch Tanzwelt]
dating sceneDating-Szene {f} [auch: Datings­zene]
filmtheatre
death scene
Sterbeszene {f}
domestic scenehäusliche Szene {f}
droll scenedrollige Szene {f}
theatre
drop scene
Zwischenvorhang {m}
drugs
drug scene
Drogenszene {f}
filmtheatre
dying scene
Sterbeszene {f}
art
everyday scene
Alltagsszene {f}
execution sceneHinrichtungs­szene {f}
lit.mus.sports
fan scene
Fanszene {f}
filmlit.theatre
farewell scene
Abschiedsszene {f}
cloth.
fashion scene
Modeszene {f}
film
film scene
Filmszene {f}
film
final scene
Schlussszene {f}
film
final scene
Schlußszene {f} [alt]
theatre
final scene
Schlussbild {n}
FireResc
fire scene
Brandort {m}
filmRadioTV
forest scene
Waldszene {f}
relig.
funeral scene
Begräbnisszene {f}
artfilmlit.
funeral scene
Bestattungs­szene {f}
art
gallery scene
Galerienszene {f}
gay sceneSchwulenszene {f}
art
genre scene
Genreszene {f}
sociol.
goth scene
Gothicszene {f}
gothic sceneGruftiszene {f}
gothic sceneGothicszene {f}
graffiti sceneGraffitiszene {f}
art
harbor scene [Am.]
Hafenansicht {f}
art
harbour scene [Br.]
Hafenansicht {f}
horrible sceneentsetzlicher Anblick {m}
art
hunting scene
Jagdszene {f}
art
hunting scene
Jagdstück {n}
hustler scene [Am.]Stricherszene {f}
incident sceneVorfallort {m}
incident scene Einsatzstelle {f} [Einsatzort von Rettungs­- oder Polizeikräften]
intellectual sceneIntellektuellenszene {f}
econ.pol.
international scene [fig.]
die Weltbühne {f} [fig.]
pol.relig.sociol.
Islamist scene
Islamistenszene {f}
arteduc.lit.
Jobsiade scene [Job school exam scene]
Jobsiade {f} [Prüfungs­szene]
filmRadioTV
jump scene [scary scene]
Schockszene {f}
filmlit.theatre
key scene
Schlüsselszene {f}
filmtheatre
kissing scene
Kussszene {f}
art
lake scene
Seelandschaft {f} [Binnensee]
law
legal scene
Juristenszene {f}
lit.
literary scene
Literaturszene {f}
lit.sociol.
literary scene
Literaturbetrieb {m}
love sceneLiebesszene {f}
media sceneMedienlandschaft {f}
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Übersetzung für 'scene' von Englisch nach Deutsch

scene
Szene {f}

Schauplatz {m}

Bühne {f}theatre

Auftritt {m}lit.theatre

Vorfall {m}

Ort {m}

Ansicht {f}art

Bild {n} [Szene]lit.theatre

Motiv {n}photo.

Vorgang {m}

Episode {f}lit.

Theaterszene {f}theatre

Ort {m} der Handlunglit.
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... scene [music scene, drug scene, etc.]
-szene {f} [Musikszene, Drogenszene etc.]sociol.
scene [fig.]
Streit {m}

(photo) scene
Fotomotiv {n} [Gegenstand einer Fotografie]photo.
accident scene
Unfallstelle {f}

Unglücksstelle {f}
action scene
Actionszene {f}film
activist scene
Aktivistenszene {f}pol.sociol.
aggrandized scene
übertriebene Szene {f}
anarchist scene
Chaotenszene {f}sociol.

Anarchistenszene {f}sociol.
art scene
Kunstszene {f}art

Kunstbetrieb {m}art

Künstlerszene {f}art
arts scene
Kunstszene {f}art

Künstlerszene {f}art
attack scene
Anschlagsort {m}
bacchanalian scene
Zechszene {f}
ballet scene
Tanzszene {f} [Welt des Balletts]dance
battle scene
Kampfszene {f}filmmil.
beach scene
Strandszene {f}
bedroom scene
Schlafzimmerszene {f}

Bettszene {f}filmtheatre
biblical scene [also: Biblical scene]
biblische Szene {f}artbibl.
Chaplinesque scene
Chaplinade {f}film
city scene
Stadtszene {f}
climactic scene
Höhepunkt {m} [Schlüsselszene in einem Film, Buch etc.]
climbing scene
Kletterszene {f}climbing
closet scene
Schlafzimmerszene {f} [im Drama]lit.theatre
closing scene
Schlussszene {f}
club scene
Klubszene {f}sociol.

Vereinsszene {f}sociol.

Klublandschaft {f}sociol.
concluding scene
Schlussszene {f}
crash scene
Unfallort {m}
crime scene
Tatort {m}
crowd scene
Massenszene {f}filmtheatre
cult scene
Kultszene {f}
cultural scene
Kulturszene {f}
dance scene
Tanzszene {f} [in Film, Theaterstück; auch Tanzwelt]
dating scene
Dating-Szene {f} [auch: Datings­zene]
death scene
Sterbeszene {f}filmtheatre
domestic scene
häusliche Szene {f}
droll scene
drollige Szene {f}
drop scene
Zwischenvorhang {m}theatre
drug scene
Drogenszene {f}drugs
dying scene
Sterbeszene {f}filmtheatre
everyday scene
Alltagsszene {f}art
execution scene
Hinrichtungs­szene {f}
fan scene
Fanszene {f}lit.mus.sports
farewell scene
Abschiedsszene {f}filmlit.theatre
fashion scene
Modeszene {f}cloth.
film scene
Filmszene {f}film
final scene
Schlussszene {f}film

Schlußszene {f} [alt]film

Schlussbild {n}theatre
fire scene
Brandort {m}FireResc
forest scene
Waldszene {f}filmRadioTV
funeral scene
Begräbnisszene {f}relig.

Bestattungs­szene {f}artfilmlit.
gallery scene
Galerienszene {f}art
gay scene
Schwulenszene {f}
genre scene
Genreszene {f}art
goth scene
Gothicszene {f}sociol.
gothic scene
Gruftiszene {f}

Gothicszene {f}
graffiti scene
Graffitiszene {f}
harbor scene [Am.]
Hafenansicht {f}art
harbour scene [Br.]
Hafenansicht {f}art
horrible scene
entsetzlicher Anblick {m}
hunting scene
Jagdszene {f}art

Jagdstück {n}art
hustler scene [Am.]
Stricherszene {f}
incident scene
Vorfallort {m}

Einsatzstelle {f} [Einsatzort von Rettungs­- oder Polizeikräften]
intellectual scene
Intellektuellenszene {f}
international scene [fig.]
die Weltbühne {f} [fig.]econ.pol.
Islamist scene
Islamistenszene {f}pol.relig.sociol.
Jobsiade scene [Job school exam scene]
Jobsiade {f} [Prüfungs­szene]arteduc.lit.
jump scene [scary scene]
Schockszene {f}filmRadioTV
key scene
Schlüsselszene {f}filmlit.theatre
kissing scene
Kussszene {f}filmtheatre
lake scene
Seelandschaft {f} [Binnensee]art
legal scene
Juristenszene {f}law
literary scene
Literaturszene {f}lit.

Literaturbetrieb {m}lit.sociol.
love scene
Liebesszene {f}
media scene
Medienlandschaft {f}
  • Last-Scene-Hold-Funktion {f} <LSH-Funktion> = last scene hold <LSH> function
  • CSL – Crime Scene Lake Glory = Glory Days / CSL – Crime Scene Lake Glory / Demontown [UK]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • A deleted scene is a scene removed from or replaced by another scene in the final version of a film or television series.
  • In one scene, Inspector Joshi (Shivaji Satam) interferes, trying to save some of Salim's henchmen from Yashwant. A scene in "Shootout at Lokhandwala" was inspired by this scene.
  • Scene graphs are useful for modern games using 3D graphics and increasingly large worlds or levels.
  • When revisions are made to a shooting script, they must be accomplished in a way that does not disturb the pre-existing scene numbers.
  • In a story employing this technique, the first scene shown is actually the conclusion to the plot.

  • The scenes mirror each other in a format resembling a dramatic palindrome, with Scene 1 mirrored in Scene 9, Scene 2 mirrored in Scene 8, and so on, with Scene 5 forming the dramatic climax and fulcrum of the story.
  • The main Cleary wedding reception scene was filmed at the Inn at Perry Cabin in Saint Michaels, Maryland.
  • Three scenes from the opera—the Inn Scene, the Scene in Marina's Boudoir, and the Fountain Scene—were performed on 5 February 1873 at the Mariinsky Theatre. Eduard Nápravník conducted.
  • Examples include the Godavari pushkaralu fight scene in "Simhadri", the pre-interval fight scene in "Vikramarkudu", and the 100 soldier fight scene in "Magadheera".
  • The scene involving Quarles and the prostitutes was the first written scene and while the writers tweaked aspects of the script, the scene remained intact.

  • Scene I: The scene begins with a soliloquy given by Mordecai. Twang enters.
  • The opera consists of a prelude and 12 scenes. The notable music numbers are the prelude, the zortziko of Ventura (scene 2), the chorus's serenade (scene 3), the two-partite air (romance and waltz) sung by Rita (scene 6), and the trio (scene 8).
  • "Scene 2: An Amateur of Fashion" – a scene from Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet".
  • The film features a kissing scene between Jasmine Curtis-Smith and Louise delos Reyes.
  • Near the end of the closing scene, the Dwarfs, minus Sneezy, take their pick axes and walk down to the mines, singing "Heigh-Ho." This scene follows the same scene from the Disney film.

  • This was cut. The first scene becomes scene 2. The new scene 1 (the Oasis scene) shows Athanaël delivering Thaïs to Mère Albine and "les filles blanches", and leaving her.
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