(in a play, film, novel) any of the divisions, often within an act, during which there is no change of place or time
an event or course of action regarded as like sth in a play or film
a place where an event or action happens
view as seen by a spectator
a show of anger or feelings, especially between two people in public
"the police returned to the scene of the crime"
"their parting was a sad scene"
"the most desirable feature of the park are the beautiful views"
"the political picture is favorable"
"the religious scene in England has changed in the last century"
"the first act has three scenes"
"he had a fit"
"she threw a tantrum"
"he made a scene"
"he painted scenes from everyday life"
"figure 2 shows photographic and schematic views of the equipment"
"the perfect setting for a ghost story"
"they worked all night painting the scenery"
Working on the big death-bed scene.
出自： G. Swift
This lake is fine scenery.
These lakes are fine scenery.
We found a beautiful scene on the hill.
There were many scenes of distress in the slums.
误 This is a scenery of a fishing village.
正 This is a scene of a fishing village.
误 The scene in Switzerland is too beautiful for words.
正 The scenery in Switzerland is too beautiful for words.
析 表示“某一景色”用scene,前面常加不定冠词a; scenery是“风景”的总称,是不可数名词。