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steɪdʒ Listen
  • a point, period, or step in a process or development.
    E.g. there is no need at this stage to give explicit details
  • a raised floor or platform, typically in a theatre, on which actors, entertainers, or speakers perform.
    E.g. there are only two characters on stage
  • a floor or level of a building or structure.
    E.g. the upper stage was added in the 17th century
  • (in chronostratigraphy) a range of strata corresponding to an age in time, forming a subdivision of a series.
    E.g. the Oxfordian stage
  • a stagecoach.
  • present a performance of (a play or other show).
    E.g. the show is being staged at the Grand Opera House in Belfast
  • style or furnish (a property for sale) in such a way as to enhance its attractiveness to potential buyers.
    E.g. once we've staged the house, we bring in our photographer
  • diagnose or classify (a disease or patient) as having reached a particular stage in the expected progression of the disease.
    E.g. cancer of the prostate is staged by the way it feels on rectal exam

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