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scene Motiv {n}
scene Ort {m} der Handlung
scene Episode {f}
sceneVorfall {m}
scene Ansicht {f}
sceneBild {n} [Szene]
scene [fig.] Streit {m}
... scene [music scene, drug scene, etc.] -szene {f} [Musikszene, Drogenszene etc.]
scène à faire Hauptszene {f}
scene analysis Szenenanalyse {f}
scene builderBühnenbildner {m}
scene caused by jealousyEifersuchtsszene {f}
scene changeSzenenwechsel {m}
scene change Kulissenwechsel {m}
scene designerBühnenbildner {m}
scene dock Kulissenlager {m}
scene from everyday lifeAlltagsszene {f}
scene graph Szenengraph {m}
scene headingKopfzeile {f} [Drehbuch]
scene managementSzenenverwaltung {f}
scene name Szenenname {m}
scene of an accident Unfallstelle {f}
scene of battle Schlachtfeld {n}
scene of crime Schauplatz {m} des Verbrechens
scene of crime suit Tatort-Schutzanzug {m}
scene of destruction Bild {n} der Zerstörung
scene of destruction Trümmerfeld {n} [Trümmerlandschaft]
scene of destructionTrümmerlandschaft {f}
scene of devastation Trümmerfeld {n} [fig.]
scene of disaster Unglücksstätte {f}
scene of event Ort {m} des Ereignisses
scene of fireBrandstelle {f}
scene of the accident Unfallort {m}
scene of the accident Unglücksort {m}
scene of the accidentUnglücksstelle {f}
scene of the attackAngriffsort {m}
scene of the crimeTatort {m}
scene of the drama Handlungsort {m} des Dramas
scene of the fireBrandstätte {f}
scene of the Winter OlympicsAustragungsort {m} der Winterolympiade
scene of (the) dancingTanzszene {f} [in Film, Theaterstück]
scene of violence Gewaltszene {f}
scene painter Bühnenbildmaler {m}
scene painter Bühnenmaler {m}
scene painter [fig.]Landschaftsschilderer {m}
scene painter's loftMalersaal {m}
scene painting Bühnenmalerei {f}
scene shifter Bühnenarbeiter {m}
scene shifter [also: scene-shifter]Kulissenschieber {m} [ugs.] [hum.]
scene stillsStandfotos {pl}
sceneries Szenerien {pl}
scenery Kulisse {f}
scenery Szenerie {f}
scenery Bühnenbild {n}
scenery Gegend {f} [malerische, schöne etc.]
sceneryLandschaftsbild {n}
sceneryDekoration {f}
scenery {sg} Kulissen {pl}
scenery [landscape]Landschaft {f}
scenery [landscape]Gefilde {n} [geh.]
scenery and costumes Ausstattung {f}
scenery depotKulissendepot {n}
scenery dock Bühnenbilddepot {n}
scenes Schauplätze {pl}
scenes Szenen {pl}
Scenes from a Marriage [Ingmar Bergman] Szenen einer Ehe
Scenes from ChildhoodKinderszenen [Robert Schumann]
Scenes from the Life of a FaunAus dem Leben eines Fauns [Arno Schmidt]
scenes from the life of ChristChristusszenen {pl}
scenes of accidents Unfallstellen {pl}
scenes of fires Brandstellen {pl}
scenes of torture Folterszenen {pl}
scenes of violence Gewaltszenen {pl}
sceneshifter [also: scene-shifter]Kulissenschieber {m} [ugs.] [hum.]
scene-stealer [jd., der sich in den Mittelpunkt rückt]
scenester [youth sl.] Scenester {m} [jemand, der sich auffällig in Gehabe, Kleidung etc. einer bestimmten Szene anpasst]
scenic landschaftlich
scenic dramatisch
scenic landschaftlich schön / reizvoll
scenic malerisch
scenicmalerisch [Landschaft]
scenic Landschafts-
scenic Bühnen-
scenic artist Kulissenmaler {m}
scenic attractionslandschaftliche Reize {pl}
scenic attractions Naturschönheiten {pl}
scenic beauties Naturschönheiten {pl}
scenic beautylandschaftliche Schönheit {f}
scenic beauty malerische Schönheit {f}
scenic byway [speziell bezeichnete Straße, die durch landschaftlich schöne oder kulturell bedeutende Gegenden verläuft]
scenic calendarLandschaftskalender {m}
scenic designerBühnengestalter {m}
scenic effectdramatische Wirkung {f}
scenic flight Rundflug {m}
scenic highway[speziell bezeichnete Straße, die durch landschaftlich schöne oder kulturell bedeutende Gegenden verläuft]
scenic lookout bench Aussichtsbank {f}
scenic outpost Aussichtspunkt {m}
scenic paintingTheatermalerei {f}
scenic roadAussichtsstraße {f}
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