Synonyms of scene in English:

scene


See definition of scene

noun

1‘others were treated at the scene of the accident for cuts and bruises’

SYNONYMS
location, site, place, position, point, spot
locale, whereabouts
arena, stage, set
technical locus

2‘tapestries and shields adorned the wall, setting the scene for the conference’

SYNONYMS
background, setting, context, milieu, backdrop
mise en scène

3‘there had been terrible scenes of violence in Europe’

SYNONYMS
incident, event, episode, happening, moment

4‘an impressive mountain scene’

SYNONYMS
view, vista, outlook, panorama, prospect, sight
landscape, scenery
picture, tableau, spectacle

5‘she made an embarrassing scene outside the bank’

SYNONYMS
fuss, exhibition of oneself, performance, tantrum, outburst, commotion, disturbance, row, upset, contretemps, furore, brouhaha
informal song and dance, to-do
British informal carry-on

6‘Michael never joined in—I don't think it was his scene’

SYNONYMS
area of interest, field of interest, field, interest, speciality, territory, province, preserve
sphere, world, milieu, realm, domain
informal thing

7‘the last scene of the play’

SYNONYMS
subdivision, division, section, segment

8‘a scene from a Laurel and Hardy film’

SYNONYMS
section, segment, part, clip, sequence

Phrases

    behind the scenes

    1‘informal discussions continued behind the scenes’


    SYNONYMS

    secretly, in secret, privately, in private, behind closed doors, clandestinely, surreptitiously

    confidentially, off the record

    informal

    on the quiet, on the q.t.

    ANTONYMS

    publicly

    2‘behind-the-scenes diplomatic activity’


    SYNONYMS

    secret, private, clandestine, surreptitious

    confidential

    ANTONYMS

    public