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stage

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of stage

  1. 1 a level usually raised surface spoke to the audience from a small stage in front Synonyms dais, podium, rostrum, platform, stand, tribuneRelated Words altar, bimah (also bima), footpace, pulpit; riser, scaffold; balcony, gallery

  2. 2 a portion of a trip this is only the first stage of the journey Synonyms lap, legRelated Words layover, stopover

  3. 3 an individual part of a process, series, or ranking in the last stage of the project Synonyms chapter, cut, grade, inch, notch, peg, phase, place, point, degree, stepRelated Words angle, aspect, facet, side; amount, measure, plane; decrement, increment

  4. 4 the public performance of plays drawn to the stage as a career Synonyms dramatics, drama, theater (or theatre), theatricals, theatricsRelated Words boards; acting, footlights; entertainment, showbiz, show business; amusement, distraction, diversion, recreation; exhibition, pageant, pageantry, presentation, production, show, spectacle


stage

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of stage

  1. to bring before the public in performance or exhibition staged the full body of Shakespeare's plays in the course of a year Synonyms carry, give, mount, offer, presentRelated Words display, exhibit, expose, parade, show, show off, unveil; preview; act, impersonate, perform, play, portray; depict, dramatize, enact, render, represent; extend, proffer, tender


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