- scene dock
- noun a space in a theatre near the stage, in which scenery is stored.
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scene dock — noun : a space near the stage in a theater where scenery is stored * * * dock1 (def. 7). [1880 85] * * * scene dock or scene bay noun The space where scenery is stored • • • Main Entry: ↑scene * * * scene dock, the place where scenery is stored… … Useful english dictionary
scene-dock — noun An area in a theatre with access to the stage and the loading doors where scenery is temporarily stored ‘<!sicCome, I’ll show you where I saw him in the scene dock of the third cellar.’ … Wiktionary
scene dock — /ˈsin dɒk/ (say seen dok) noun a place for storing theatrical scenery, near or beneath the stage. Also, dock … Australian English dictionary
scene dock — dock1 (def. 7). [1880 85] * * * … Universalium
scene dock — n. place in a theater close to the stage or below the stage s floor used for storage of scenery … English contemporary dictionary
scene bay — scene dock or scene bay noun The space where scenery is stored • • • Main Entry: ↑scene … Useful english dictionary
dock — dock1 /dok/, n. 1. a landing pier. 2. the space or waterway between two piers or wharves, as for receiving a ship while in port. 3. such a waterway, enclosed or open, together with the surrounding piers, wharves, etc. 4. See dry dock. 5. a… … Universalium
dock — I. /dɒk / (say dok) noun 1. a wharf. 2. the space or waterway between two piers or wharves, as for receiving a ship while in port. 3. such a waterway, enclosed or open, together with the surrounding piers, wharves, etc. 4. → dry dock. 5. a semi… … Australian English dictionary
dock — 1. n. & v. n. 1 an artificially enclosed body of water for the loading, unloading, and repair of ships. 2 (in pl.) a range of docks with wharves and offices; a dockyard. 3 US a ship s berth, a wharf. 4 = dry dock. 5 Theatr. = scene dock. v. 1 tr … Useful english dictionary
scene — n. 1 a place in which events in real life, drama, or fiction occur; the locality of an event etc. (the scene was set in India; the scene of the disaster). 2 a an incident in real life, fiction, etc. (distressing scenes occurred). b a description… … Useful english dictionary