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English-German translation for: [scene]
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Dictionary English German: [scene]

Translation 1 - 44 of 44

English German
placid {adj} [calm and peaceful (scene, waters etc.)]
1054
friedlich [von Frieden erfüllt, ruhig, beschaulich]
gory {adj} [scene, story, violence]
837
blutrünstig
placid {adj} [life, scene]
368
beschaulich [geruhsam (Leben), friedvoll (Szene, Anblick)]
film completed {adj} {past-p} [take, scene]
60
abgedreht [Film etc.]
mus. operatic {adj} [e.g. composer, scene, voice, aria]
52
Opern- [z. B. Komponist, Szene, Stimme, Arie]
nude {adj} [e.g. bathing, dancer, mouse, photo, scene]Nackt- [z. B. Baden, Tänzerin, Maus, Foto, Szene]
Verbs
film RadioTV to pause sth. [movie scene]
77
etw. anhalten [Filmszene] [auf Standbild oder Pause setzen]
to appear [on the scene]
28
hinzukommen [aufkreuzen]
Nouns
shambles {pl} [treated as sg. or (less common) as pl.] [coll.] [place of carnage or destruction, scene or thing in total disorder]
862
Schlachtfeld {n} [fig.]
spectacle [event or scene regarded in terms of its visual impact]
175
Schauspiel {n} [eindrucksvoller Anblick, beeindruckende Szene]
RealEst. loft [art scene etc.]
70
Loft {n} [Kunstszene usw.]
site [scene]
57
Schauplatz {m}
bedlam [scene of confusion]
30
Konfusion {f} [Durcheinander]
stage [scene of sth.]
25
Schauplatz {m}
sociol. ... scene [music scene, drug scene, etc.]
15
-szene {f} [Musikszene, Drogenszene etc.]
showstopper [scene in a film, musical etc.]
13
Showstopper {m} [atemberaubende Filmszene etc.]
film mus. take [a scene or sequence, particularly when recording]
11
Version {f} [Fassung, Interpretation, bes. bei Aufnahmen]
sports arena [a place or scene of activity]
5
Austragungsort {m}
[state of evidence preservation at a crime scene]Spurenlage {f}
jobs theatre sceneshifter [also: scene-shifter]Kulissenschieber {m} [ugs.] [hum.]
townscape [a town or city viewed as a scene]Ortsbild {n}
2 Words: Verbs
film lit. theatre to be set [somewhere] [scene of film or play, novel, etc.][irgendwo] spielen [Film- oder Theaterszene, Roman etc.]
to cordon sth. off [esp. police: an accident scene, a crime scene, etc.]etw.Akk. absichern [absperren] [bes. Polizei: eine Unfallstelle, einen Tatort etc.]
to cut sth. out [passage, scene, etc.]etw.Akk. streichen [Textstelle, Szene etc.]
to hit home [coll.] [idiom] [word, scene, gesture, etc.]sitzen [ugs.] [Wort, Szene, Geste etc.]
to tape sth. off [e.g. a crime scene]etw.Akk. absperren [z. B. Tatort mit Polizeiband]
lit. to write sth. out [complete, add detail to story, scene, etc.]etw.Akk. ausschreiben [fachspr.] [Geschichte, Szene ausarbeiten]
2 Words: Nouns
art bibl. biblical scene [also: Biblical scene]biblische Szene {f}
horrible sight [scene]Schreckensbild {n}
art educ. lit. Jobsiade scene [Job school exam scene]Jobsiade {f} [Prüfungsszene]
film RadioTV jump scene [scary scene]Schockszene {f}
art relig. nativity scene [crèche, crib, manger scene]Weihnachtskrippe {f}
party set [party scene]Partygesellschaft {f} [Partyszene]
party set [party scene]Partyszene {f}
re-enactment [of scene]Nachspiel {n}
jobs theatre scene shifter [also: scene-shifter]Kulissenschieber {m} [ugs.] [hum.]
theatre theatrical production [staging, mise-en-scène]Theaterinszenierung {f}
3 Words: Nouns
hist. theatre Unverified alarums and excursions {pl} [stage direction, esp. in Shakespearean drama, for a battle scene][Bühnenanweisung insb. im shakespearischen Drama für eine Schlachtszene]
mil. field of honor [Am.] [dated] [scene of a battle]Feld {n} der Ehre [veraltend] [Schlachtfeld]
mil. field of honour [Br.] [dated] [scene of a battle]Feld {n} der Ehre [veraltend] [Schlachtfeld]
4 Words: Verbs
to make the fur fly [coll.] [idiom] [cause a scene]die Fetzen fliegen lassen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [(einen) Streit anfangen]
to make the fur fly [coll.] [idiom] [cause a scene]einen Streit vom Zaun brechen [Redewendung]
5+ Words: Verbs
Unverified to be out of the picture [idiom] [not on the scene]von der Bildfläche verschwunden sein [Redewendung]
Fiction (Literature and Film)
RadioTV F [long-running German/Austrian/Swiss detective television series: 'Scene of the Crime']Tatort [Fernsehserie]
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