Need another word that means the same as “stage”? Find 50 synonyms and 30 related words for “stage” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Stage” are: degree, level, point, phase, microscope stage, leg, stagecoach, period, juncture, step, time, moment, instant, division, part, section, portion, stretch, platform, dais, stand, grandstand, staging, apron, rostrum, podium, soapbox, stump, theatre, drama, dramatics, show business, the play, scene, setting, arrange, present, represent, put on, put before the public, produce, mount, direct, organize, make arrangements for, coordinate, lay on, put together, fix up, get together
Stage as a Noun
Definitions of "Stage" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “stage” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- A section or portion of a journey or course.
- The theater as a profession (usually `the stage.
- A large coach-and-four formerly used to carry passengers and mail on regular routes between towns.
- A raised floor or platform, typically in a theatre, on which actors, entertainers, or speakers perform.
- A stagecoach.
- Each of two or more sections of a rocket or spacecraft that have their own engines and are jettisoned in turn when their propellant is exhausted.
- A specified part of a circuit, typically one consisting of a single amplifying transistor or valve with the associated equipment.
- Any scene regarded as a setting for exhibiting or doing something–Shakespeare.
- A section of a journey or race.
- (in chronostratigraphy) a range of strata corresponding to an age in time, forming a subdivision of a series.
- A scene of action or forum of debate, especially in a particular political context.
- The acting or theatrical profession.
- (in palaeoclimatology) a period of time marked by a characteristic climate.
- A large platform on which people can stand and can be seen by an audience.
- Any scene regarded as a setting for exhibiting or doing something.
- A small platform on a microscope where the specimen is mounted for examination.
- A specific identifiable position in a continuum or series or especially in a process.
- Any distinct time period in a sequence of events.
- A floor or level of a building or structure.
- A point, period, or step in a process or development.
- (on a microscope) a raised and usually movable plate on which a slide or object is placed for examination.
Synonyms of "Stage" as a noun (35 Words)
|apron||A garment similar to an apron that is worn as part of official dress as by a bishop or Freemason.|
Apron feeders bring coarse ore to a grinding mill.
|dais||A low platform for a lectern or throne.|
|degree||A specific identifiable position in a continuum or series or especially in a process.|
Second degree relatives.
|division||A group of organisms forming a subdivision of a larger category.|
Deep cultural divisions.
|drama||A dramatic work intended for performance by actors on a stage.|
An afternoon of high drama at Wembley.
|dramatics||The study or practice of acting in and producing plays.|
She is known internationally for her work in creative dramatics.
|grandstand||Of a view seen from an advantageous position as if from a grandstand.|
A balcony which gave us a grandstand view of Loch Fyne.
Come here this instant.
|juncture||A crisis situation or point in time when a critical decision must be made.|
It is difficult to say at this juncture whether this upturn can be sustained.
|leg||A cloth covering consisting of the part of a pair of trousers that covers a person s leg.|
He was off as fast as his legs would carry him.
|level||(especially in a role-playing game) each of a number of steps in the development of a character, who progressively acquires enhanced skills and abilities within the game as the player advances by completing tasks and earning points.|
At six he could play chess at an advanced level.
|microscope stage||Magnifier of the image of small objects.|
|moment||A quantity that expresses the average or expected value of the first second third or fourth power of the deviation of each component of a frequency distribution from a given value typically mean or zero The first moment is the mean the second moment the variance the third moment the skew and the fourth moment the kurtosis.|
I was waiting for the right moment to tell him.
|part||A line of scalp revealed in a person s hair by combing the hair away in opposite directions on either side a parting.|
She played the part of Desdemona.
|period||A set of elements occupying a horizontal row in the periodic table.|
The ale will be available for a limited period.
|phase||Physical chemistry a distinct state of matter in a system matter that is identical in chemical composition and physical state and separated from other material by the phase boundary.|
The invertebrate residents of the tundra pass the winter in dormant phase.
|platform||A document stating the aims and principles of a political party.|
There are viewing platforms where visitors may gape at the chasm.
|podium||A projecting lower structure around the base of a tower block.|
A six columned portico raised on a podium.
|point||The action or position of a dog in pointing.|
He has his good points.
|portion||A person’s destiny or lot.|
Burger joints offering huge portions.
|rostrum||A raised platform on which a person stands to make a public speech, receive an award or medal, play music, or conduct an orchestra.|
The winner s rostrum.
|scene||The pieces of scenery used in a play or opera.|
Scenes of 1930s America.
|section||A division of an orchestra containing all instruments of the same class.|
No section of the nation is more ardent than the South.
|setting||A table service for one person.|
You can t do that in a university setting.
|show business||A social event involving a public performance or entertainment.|
|soapbox||A box or crate used as a makeshift stand by a public speaker.|
A soapbox orator.
|stagecoach||A large coach-and-four formerly used to carry passengers and mail on regular routes between towns.|
|staging||A shelving unit for plants in a greenhouse.|
The quality of staging and design.
|stand||The position where a thing or person stands.|
A hot dog stand.
|step||An interval in a scale a tone whole step or semitone half step.|
Always a step behind.
|stretch||The capacity of a material or garment to stretch or be stretched elasticity.|
She could feel the stretch and pull of the muscles in her legs.
|stump||The bottom part of a tree left projecting from the ground after most of the trunk has fallen or been cut down.|
An inspiring stump speaker.
|the play||Gay or light-hearted recreational activity for diversion or amusement.|
|theatre||An operating theatre.|
This is intense moving and inspiring theatre.
|time||A period of time considered as a resource under your control and sufficient to accomplish something.|
In my time that was unheard of.
Usage Examples of "Stage" as a noun
- It set the stage for peaceful negotiations.
- A series resistance between the headphones and the output stage.
- The Boreal stage.
- There is no need at this stage to give explicit details.
- I've always wanted to go on the stage.
- We are in a transitional stage in which many former ideas must be revised or rejected.
- The final stage of the journey is made by coach.
- Then we embarked on the second stage of our Caribbean cruise.
- I was in the early stages of pregnancy.
- At what stage are the social sciences?
- An early movie simply showed a long kiss by two actors of the contemporary stage.
- The Oxfordian stage.
- Britain is playing a leading role on the international stage.
- He clambered up onto the stage and got the actors to help him into the box.
- We went out of town together by stage about ten or twelve miles.
- There are only two characters on stage.
- The upper stage was added in the 17th century.
- All the world's a stage.
Stage as a Verb
Definitions of "Stage" as a verb
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “stage” as a verb can have the following definitions:
- Cause (something dramatic or unexpected) to happen.
- Organize and participate in (a public event.
- Style or furnish (a property for sale) in such a way as to enhance its attractiveness to potential buyers.
- Plan, organize, and carry out (an event.
- Perform (a play), especially on a stage.
- Diagnose or classify (a disease or patient) as having reached a particular stage in the expected progression of the disease.
- Present a performance of (a play or other show.
Synonyms of "Stage" as a verb (15 Words)
|arrange||Make arrangements for.|
The columns are arranged in 12 rows.
|coordinate||Form a coordinate bond to an atom or molecule.|
These activities coordinate well.
|direct||Direct the course determine the direction of travelling.|
Criticism directed at her superior.
|fix up||Restore by replacing a part or putting together what is torn or broken.|
|get together||Earn or achieve a base by being walked by the pitcher.|
|lay on||Prepare or position for action or operation.|
|make arrangements for||Carry out or commit.|
|mount||Place or fix (an object) on a support.|
Feeling the blush mount in her cheeks she looked down quickly.
|organize||Arrange systematically; order.|
Can you help me organize my files.
|present||Give as a present make a gift of.|
The commencement speaker presented a forceful speech that impressed the students.
|produce||Extend or continue (a line.|
The proud father produced many pictures of his baby.
|put before the public||Cause to be in a certain state; cause to be in a certain relation.|
|put on||Put into a certain place or abstract location.|
|put together||Make an investment.|
|represent||Be a delegate or spokesperson for represent somebody s interest or be a proxy or substitute for as of politicians and office holders representing their constituents or of a tenant representing other tenants in a housing dispute.|
This period is represented by Beethoven.
Usage Examples of "Stage" as a verb
- Cancer of the prostate is staged by the way it feels on rectal exam.
- The show is being staged at the Grand Opera House in Belfast.
- UDF supporters staged a demonstration in Sofia.
- We are going to stage `Othello.
- The dollar staged a partial recovery.
- Once we've staged the house, we bring in our photographer.
- The neighboring tribe staged an invasion.
- The President's attempt to stage a comeback.
Associations of "Stage" (30 Words)
|advancement||Encouragement of the progress or growth or acceptance of something.|
Opportunities for career advancement.
|climacteric||Occurring at characteristic of or undergoing the climacteric in women menopausal.|
It doesn t ripen off the tree being a climacteric fruit.
|dais||A low platform for a lectern or throne.|
|developmental||Concerned with the development of someone or something.|
|evolutionary||Of or relating to or produced by evolution.|
Updating technology is an evolutionary process.
|expedite||Process fast and efficiently.|
He promised to expedite economic reforms.
|formative||A formative element.|
A formative assessment.
This tragedy probably hastened his own death from heart disease.
|homogenization||A process by which the fat droplets from milk are emulsified and the cream does not separate.|
After homogenization and pasteurization milk travels to one of six storage tanks.
|improvement||A change for the better; progress in development.|
Their improvements increased the value of the property.
|lectern||Desk or stand with a slanted top used to hold a text at the proper height for a lecturer.|
|level||Make level or straight.|
A high level of unemployment.
|pace||Go at a pace.|
Kirov stepped back a pace.
|phase||Arrange in phases or stages.|
Phase two of the development.
|podium||Of a competitor in a sporting event finish first second or third so as to appear on a podium to receive an award.|
It was more than I could imagine to be up on the podium and singing the national anthem.
|procedure||A process or series of acts especially of a practical or mechanical nature involved in a particular form of work.|
The procedure is carried out under general anaesthetic.
The consortium could proceed with the plan.
|proceeding||The institution of a sequence of steps by which legal judgments are invoked.|
|process||Subject to a process or treatment with the aim of readying for some purpose improving or remedying a condition.|
|processing||Preparing or putting through a prescribed procedure.|
The processing of ore to obtain minerals.
|progress||Cause a task or undertaking to make progress.|
The darkness did not stop my progress.
|progression||A series with a definite pattern of advance.|
A steady progression towards your goals.
|progressively||In a forward-looking, innovative manner.|
Symptoms become progressively worse over a period of years.
|protocol||An amendment or addition to a treaty or convention.|
A protocol to the treaty allowed for this Danish referendum.
|rostrum||A beaklike projection, especially a stiff snout or anterior prolongation of the head in an insect, crustacean, or cetacean.|
The winner s rostrum.
|sere||(especially of vegetation) dry or withered.|
The desert was edged with sere vegetation.
|simplify||Make (something) simpler or easier to do or understand.|
This move will simplify our lives.
|step||The distance covered by a step.|
Sales are up which is a step in the right direction.
|stump||Remove tree stumps from.|
Detectives are stumped for a reason for the attack.
|transitional||Of or relating to or characterized by transition.|
A transitional government was appointed.