Synonyms of stage in English:

stage


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See Spanish definition of tablado

noun

1‘a stage in the development’

SYNONYMS
phase, period, juncture, step, point, time, moment, instant, division, level

2‘the last stage of a race/journey’

SYNONYMS
part, section, portion, stretch, phase
leg, lap, circuit

3‘stand on a stage in the theatre’

SYNONYMS
platform, dais, stand, grandstand, staging, apron, rostrum, podium, soapbox, stump
pulpit, box, dock
Indian mandapam
rare tribune

4the stage‘she has written for the stage, television, and film’

SYNONYMS
theatre, the theatre, drama, dramatics, dramatic art, show business, the play, the footlights
informal the boards, rep
rare thespianism

5‘Britain is playing a leading role on the international stage’

SYNONYMS
scene, setting
context, frame, sphere, field, realm, forum, site, arena, background, backdrop
affairs

verb

1‘they recently staged ‘The Magic Flute’ in a car factory’

SYNONYMS
put on, put before the public, present, produce, mount, direct
perform, act, render, give

2‘the Residents' Association staged a protest march’

SYNONYMS
organize, arrange, make arrangements for, coordinate, lay on, put together, fix up, get together
orchestrate, choreograph, be responsible for, be in charge of, direct, run, manage, stage-manage, conduct, administrate, administer, set up, mastermind, engineer
rare concert