Stage

Stage,

Definition of Stage:

  1. Archaic term for stagecoach.

  2. Present a performance of (a play or other show).

  3. Diagnose or classify (a disease or patient) as having reached a particular stage in the expected progression of the disease.

  4. A floor or level of a building or structure.

  5. Subsection of a project, or a group of tasks that are performed together, and which have specified and scheduled outcomes.

  6. A point, period, or step in a process or development.

  7. (in chronostratigraphy) a range of strata corresponding to an age in time, forming a subdivision of a series.

  8. A raised floor or platform, typically in a theater, on which actors, entertainers, or speakers perform.

  9. Style or furnish (a property for sale) in such a way as to enhance its attractiveness to potential buyers.

Synonyms of Stage

Put on, Put before the public, Present, Produce, Mount, Direct, Platform, Dais, Stand, Grandstand, Staging, Apron, Rostrum, Podium, Soapbox, Stump, Broadway, L, R, Acting, Acting area, Agora, Amphitheater, Apron, Apron stage, Arena, Athletic field, Auditorium, Autobus, Back, Backdrop, Background, Backstage, Balcony, Band, Band shell, Bandstand, Be a gas, Be a hit, Bear garden, Bed, Bedding, Belt, Bill, Board, Boards, Bomb, Bowl, Boxing ring, Bridge, Bring out, Bull ring, Burlesque, Bus, Cab, Campus, Canvas, Carnival, Caste, Catafalque, Chartered bus, Circus, Class, Cockpit, Coliseum, Colosseum, Concoct, Condition, Contrive, Couche, Coulisse, Course, Dais, Day, Deck, Devise, Diligence, Distance, Division, Do, Dock, Double-decker, Drama, Dramatize, Dressing room, Echafaudage, Echelon, Emplacement, Entertainment industry, Estrade, Execute, Exhibit, Fail, Fake, Fateful moment, Feature, Field, Flies, Floor, Flop, Fly floor, Fly gallery, Footing, Footlights, Forestage, Forum, Gallery, Give, Grade, Greenroom, Grid, Gridiron, Ground, Gym, Gymnasium, Hack, Hall, Headline, Heliport, Hierarchy, Hinterland, Hippodrome, Hired car, Hour, Hustings, Instant, Interval, Jitney, Juncture, Kairos, Landing, Landing pad, Landing stage, Lap, Launching pad, Layer, Ledge, Legit, Legitimate stage, Level, Lightboard, Lists, Locale, Mail coach, Make a hit, Make up, Manipulate, Marketplace, Mat, Measures, Melodramatize, Milieu, Minute, Mise-en-scene, Moment, Moment of truth, Motor coach, Motorbus, Mount, Notch, Off Broadway, Off-off-Broadway, Omnibus, Open, Open a show, Open forum, Orchestra, Orchestra pit, Order, Organize, Originate, Overlayer, Overstory, Palaestra, Parade ground, Perform, Performing area, Period, Phase, Pit, Place, Platform, Play, Playland, Podium, Point, Position, Post coach, Power structure, Precedence, Precinct, Pregnant moment, Premiere, Present, Preview, Prize ring, Produce, Proscenium, Proscenium stage, Psychological moment, Public square, Pulpit, Purlieu, Put on, Range, Rank, Rate, Rating, Rear, Repertory drama, Ring, Rostrum, Rung, Scaffold, Scaffolding, Scenarize, Scene, Scene of action, Scenery, Seam, Season, Set the stage, Setting, Shelf, Shell, Show, Show biz, Show business, Site, Situation, Soapbox, Space, Span, Spell, Sphere, Spot, Squared circle, Stadium, Stage left, Stage right, Stage set, Stage setting, Stage world, Stagecoach, Stagedom, Stageland, Staging, Standing, Star, Station, Status, Step, Step terrace, Stock, Story, Stratum, Strawhat, Strawhat circuit, Stretch, Stump, Substratum, Succeed, Summer stock, Superstratum, Switchboard, Taxi, Taxicab, Terrace, Terrain, The boards, The footlights, The scenes, The stage, The theater, Theater, Theater world, Theatricalize, Theatromania, Theatrophobia, Thickness, Tier, Tilting ground, Tiltyard, Time, Time lag, Topsoil, Tribunal, Tribune, Trump up, Try out, Underlayer, Understory, Understratum, Variety, Vaudeville, Walk, While, Wings, Wrestling ring, Zone, Phase, Period, Juncture, Step, Point, Time, Moment, Instant, Division, Level

How to use Stage in a sentence?

  1. Besides this there were passengers coming in on the stage and mail from Silver Reef and Pioche.
  2. I really enjoyed the play because I thought the actors projected their voices well and used the stage to its full potential.
  3. The upper stage was added in the 17th century.
  4. The show is being staged at the Goodspeed Opera House.
  5. The Oxfordian stage.
  6. There is no need at this stage to give explicit details.
  7. Cancer of the prostate is staged by the way it feels on rectal exam.
  8. There are only two characters on stage.
  9. Once weve staged the house, we bring in our photographer.
  10. You should have every stage of your project well planned out so that you are prepared for it when the time comes.
  11. The contractors are still in the planning stage of building, so my new home wont be built for quite some time at this rate.

Meaning of Stage & Stage Definition