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stage fright

  

      n   nervousness or panic that may beset a person about to appear in front of an audience  
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stage  
      n  
1    a distinct step or period of development, growth, or progress  
a child at the toddling stage     
2    a raised area or platform  
3    the platform in a theatre where actors perform  
4    the. the theatre as a profession  
5    any scene regarded as a setting for an event or action  
6    a portion of a journey or a stopping place after such a portion  
7       short for       stagecoach  
8      (Brit)   a division of a bus route for which there is a fixed fare  
9    one of the separate propulsion units of a rocket that can be jettisoned when it has burnt out  
   See also       multistage       1  
10    any of the various distinct periods of growth or development in the life of an organism, esp. an insect  
a larval stage, pupal stage     
11    the organism itself at such a period of growth  
12    a small stratigraphical unit; a subdivision of a rock series or system  
13    the platform on a microscope on which the specimen is mounted for examination  
14      (Electronics)   a part of a complex circuit, esp. one of a number of transistors with the associated elements required to amplify a signal in an amplifier  
15    a university subject studied for one academic year  
Stage II French     
16    by or in easy stages   not hurriedly  
he learned French by easy stages     
      vb  
17    tr   to perform (a play), esp. on a stage  
we are going to stage ``Hamlet''     
18    tr   to set the action of (a play) in a particular time or place  
19    tr   to plan, organize, and carry out (an event)  
20    intr  
Obsolete   to travel by stagecoach  
     (C13: from Old French estage position, from Vulgar Latin staticum (unattested), from Latin stare to stand)  


apron stage  
      n   a stage that projects into the auditorium so that the audience sit on three sides of it  
centre stage  
      n  
1    the centre point on a stage  
2    the main focus of attention  
fare stage  
      n  
1    a section of a bus journey for which a set charge is made  
2    a bus stop marking the end of such a section  
key stage  
      n     (Brit. education)   any one of four broad age-group divisions (5--7; 7--11; 11--14; 14--16) to which each level of the National Curriculum applies  
landing stage  
      n   a platform used for landing goods and passengers from a vessel  
report stage  
      n   the stage preceding the third reading in the passage of a bill through Parliament, at which the bill, as amended in committee, is reported back to the chamber considering it  
sound stage  
      n   a soundproof room or building in which cinematic films are shot  
stage direction  
      n     (Theatre)   an instruction to an actor or director, written into the script of a play  
stage door  
      n   a door at a theatre leading backstage  
stage effect  
      n   a special effect created on the stage by lighting, sound, etc.  
stage fright  
      n   nervousness or panic that may beset a person about to appear in front of an audience  
stage left  
      n   the part of the stage to the left of a performer facing the audience  
stage-manage  
      vb  
1    to work as stage manager for (a play, etc.)  
2    tr   to arrange, present, or supervise from behind the scenes  
to stage-manage a campaign     
stage manager  
      n   a person who supervises the stage arrangements of a theatrical production  
stage right  
      n   the part of the stage to the right of a performer facing the audience  
stage-struck  
      adj   infatuated with the glamour of theatrical life, esp. with the desire to act  
stage whisper  
      n  
1    a loud whisper from one actor to another onstage intended to be heard by the audience  
2    any loud whisper that is intended to be overheard  
zero stage  
      n   a solid-propellant rocket attached to a liquid-propellant rocket to provide greater thrust at liftoff  

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stage

  
1   
      n   division, juncture, lap, leg, length, level, period, phase, point, step  
2   
      vb   arrange, do, engineer, give, lay on, mount, orchestrate, organize, perform, play, present, produce, put on  

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n.
larval stage of the darkling beetle
n.
Late stage of the Triassic period
Geology
n.
Peeling the onion means going back in stages find out how a problem actually started.
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