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staging
'steɪdʒɪŋ
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Getting rid of a stage of a multistage rocket.
  2. Travel by stagecoach.
  3. A system of scaffolds.
  4. The production of a drama on the stage.
Hyphenationstag•ing
Part of Speech(名) noun
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脚手架jiǎo shǒu jiàscaffolding
上演shàngyǎnto screen (a movie); to stage (a play); a screening; a staging
公共马车业gōnggòngmǎchē yèstaging
前台qiántáistage; proscenium; foreground in politics etc (sometimes derog.); front desk; reception desk; (computing) front-end; foreground
戏台xìtáistage
舞台wǔtáistage; arena; fig. in the limelight
阶段jiēduànstage; section; phase; period
táiplatform; stage; terrace; stand; support; station; broadcasting station; measure word for vehicles or machines; Taiwan (abbr.)
chǎnglarge place used for a specific purpose; stage; scene (of a play); measure word for sporting or recreational activities; measure word for number of exams
, (Tw)a period of time; phase; stage; measure word for issues of a periodical, courses of study; time; term; period; to hope
duànparagraph; section; segment; stage (of a process); measure word for stories, periods of time, lengths of thread, etc.; (Chinese surname)
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