Translation of stage in Spanish:

stage

tablado, n.

Pronunciation /steɪdʒ//steɪdʒ/

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1(platform)

      tablado masculine
      (in theater) escenario masculine
      to go on stage salir a escena / al escenario
      • an important figure on the world/international stage una importante figura de la escena mundial/internacional
      • before noun stage costumes vestuario
      • stage designer escenógrafa
      • stage director director de escena
      • stage effects efectos escénicos
      • stage lighting iluminación escénica
      • stage set escenografía
      • stage show representación teatral
      • When he is not performing on stage, Paul is busy working with the students of Carlow Stage School.
      • Behind the stage there was a passageway, and halfway down it a door leading under the stage to the orchestra pit.
      • Dozens of musicians, singers, dancers and actors performed on two stages in the park, while stalls of food, arts and crafts were set up to tempt passers-by.
      • Wherever and whenever you have an opportunity to get on stage and perform, take it.
      • Each year of the music week the best of talent come on stage to perform, and some greats of Irish music always show up.
      • Astrella Celeste has been performing on stage with her father from a young age and in her own right.
      • He was a classical singer and even when it was not customary for people of the cloth to perform on stage, he did so with aplomb.
      • Such is his size that he performs on stage seated on a specially constructed giant frame.
      • Later, she was heard asking everyone to explain where she went wrong while performing on stage.
      • Just me on stage performing tricks and illusions and talking about them, their history and a little bit about how they work.
      • He said he could not say whether he preferred teaching or performing on stage.
      • It is a brilliant feeling to get up on stage and perform in front of thousands of people.
      • He says he has always loved singing, and discovered his talent when he performed on stage during a family holiday in Turkey.
      • A properly trained voice is an asset to any actor, especially to those who perform on stage.
      • An actor gets on stage and performs and you have a moment of true inspiration.
      • One can perform on stage after six months and make a living with the art.
      • The best thing about my job is performing on stage - it is the ultimate buzz and I wish that everyone could experience it.
      • Ms Carey will perform the stunt on stage at the Hull New Theatre during the run, from tonight until Saturday.
      • Contrary to popular belief, Houdini is not thought to have died on stage while performing his Water Torture Cell escape.
      • Thereafter, it was only a question of arranging funds and training the children to perform on stage.

    • 1.2(medium)

      the stage el teatro
      • he doesn't write exclusively for the stage no escribe solo obras de teatro
      • his ambition was to appear on the London stage su ambición era actuar en los escenarios londinenses
      • before noun stage adaptation adaptación teatral / para la escena

    • 1.3(profession)

      (actress) (before noun) de teatro
      the stage el teatro
      • to go on the stage hacerse actor/actriz
      • to leave the stage abandonar las tablas

  • 2

    (in development, activity)
    fase feminine
    etapa feminine
    the project is in its final stage(s) el proyecto está en su última fase / etapa
    • the various stages of development of the fetus las distintas fases del desarrollo embrionario
    • the early/late stages of pregnancy los primeros/últimos meses del embarazo
    • at a later stage más adelante
    • at this late stage, there is little we can do a estas alturas, poco es lo que podemos hacer
    • we'll need to discuss this at some stage en algún momento vamos a tener que hablar de esto
    • at this stage in the game a esta altura del partido
    • I'd reached the stage where I didn't care any more había llegado a un punto en que ya no me importaba
    • by this stage, we were all exhausted a esas alturas, ya estábamos todos agotados
    • it's just a stage she's going through no es más que una etapa que está atravesando
    • to do sth in stages hacer algo por etapas
    • French grammar in / by stages la gramática francesa paso a paso
    • Although Whewell claimed that this pattern is repeated in the history of the sciences, he was careful to point out that the stages within the pattern often overlap.
    • Can the missions in the planning stages be reconciled among each other to prevent duplication of science?
    • These are matters which may well be of relevance at a later stage of the debate.
    • He said St Aengus School could be fenced off during the construction stages of the new building.
    • Much of the sampled bark on older trees, especially Acer rubrum, was loosely attached and in various stages of decay, much like the bark on decaying logs on ground sites.
    • At every stage of his political life, he has had exceptionally close advisers whose judgment he respected and who revered him.
    • The book is perhaps best known for its elucidation of the five stages of grief people go through after the death of a friend or loved one.
    • Pottruck's yearlong journey through the stages of corporate grief has relevance and resonance for every person, no matter what his or her station.
    • A quick tour of the facility, though, shows that many of the buildings and other facilities at Burns Flat are in various stages of disrepair.
    • These small but continually growing and developing aspects of her authentic self become her true guides in her journey through the stages of being a woman.
    • All stages of the re-entry went according to plan.
    • The argument at this point proceeds in three stages.
    • Both have been said to boost the body's anabolic reactions at different stages of muscle building, so it might be useful to try them in combination.
    • A recent report from the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry listed 16 new vaccines in the early stages of development, along with other treatments.
    • One mourner said her journey through the stages of mourning was like being in a cocoon.
    • In doing so I want to welcome this legislation, which is in the final stage of its passage through the House.
    • The company has added an inspection step after the developing stage of the process.
    • Lastly there may be a stage of exhaustion, tiredness and weakness.
    • The plan is to build Galileo in three stages involving a mixture of public and private finance.
    • She is now in the final stages of fitting out before her journey to Devonport, which is due to go ahead just before Christmas.
  • 3

    (of rocket)
    fase feminine
    a three-stage rocket un cohete de tres fases
    • SpaceX is mitigating this risk by using only two stages with one engine in each stage, as well as dual redundant avionics.
    • Spaceports usually notify pilots and ship captains of the regions of the ocean that will be off-limits during a launch because rocket stages or debris could fall there.
    • It flies out to Mars with its two methane/oxygen driven rocket propulsion stages unfueled.
    • The Saturn S-IVB third stages were not designed to carry fuel in orbit for more than six hours and would require extensive modification.
    • The problem took place as the first stage of the bright red rocket burned out.
    • Three of the four stages exhausted their solid propellants through a single adjustable nozzle which guided the missile along its flight path.
    • For example, the agency often uses Delta II launch vehicles, and they let the expended second stages of these rockets just drop from the sky.
    • It was due to make a circuit of Earth before separating from the second stage of the rocket 90 minutes after launch.
    • Within nine minutes, he was in orbit and the various stages of the rocket had peeled off, prompting a round of applause among the engineers and technicians on hand to watch.
    • Eventually the Atlas and R - 7 each received more powerful engines and larger upper stages.
    • Both stages use parachutes and airbags for landing.
    • Rocket fuels and explosive devices to separate the rocket's stages in flight or to destroy the craft if it veers off course are loaded into the rocket.
    • The launch vehicle employed comprised three stages, the first stage being the highly successful Redstone rocket.
    • Everything on board Rokot went as planned, but the second and third stages of the engines failed to ignite, meaning the satellite simply didn't have the necessary power behind it to reach orbit.
    • Russian and European engineers will work together to develop reusable liquid engines, reusable liquid stages and experimental vehicles.
    • The first, second, and third stages of the Soyuz launch vehicle fired and separated by 11 minutes into the rocket's flight.
    • On either side would be two smaller booster stages, each with two F - 1A engines.
    • A jammed valve in the control system of the second stage of the launch vehicle led to the failure.
    • The process of attaching the stages of a rocket to one another is known as integration, and it can be done in one of two ways - vertically and horizontally.
    • These, explained Durda, were the last remnants of the flame emanating from the lower stages of the Black Brant rocket, now tumbling away from the payload.
  • 4archaic

    (stagecoach)
    diligencia feminine
    • A four horse teem mail stage operated over this route daily, except Sunday, going west one day and returning eastward the following day.
    • Besides this there were passengers coming in on the stage and mail from Silver Reef and Pioche.

transitive verb

  • 1

    • 1.1(carry out, hold)

      (event/festival) organizar
      (festival/event) montar
      (strike/demonstration) hacer
      (attack) llevar a cabo
      (attack) perpetrar
      (coup) dar
      the team staged a dramatic recovery el equipo se rehabilitó de forma espectacular
      • she staged a comeback five years later hizo su reaparición cinco años más tarde
      • As a result they are constantly staging festivals and events: international tennis tournaments, beach volleyball championships in the summer, the vintage car auction.
      • Air traffic controllers threatened to stage a partial strike if their demands were not considered.
      • Supporters of the men staged an impromptu protest outside Glasgow City Chambers which was attended by about 200 people.
      • In France and Italy, pioneering events were staged on public roads from city to city.
      • The new service is already in talks with several high profile public sector organisations about staging large-scale forums.
      • Other South African cities only had one venue for staging exhibitions or international events of a high standard.
      • Several readers have contacted the paper this week about plans to stage various events to support the campaign.
      • This Sunday, Ilkley Harriers are staging their premier event - the Ilkley Moor Fell Race over 5.5 miles with 1,150 ft of climb.
      • He also thanked the venues for hosting the events and the rest of the committee members for their work in organising and staging the event.
      • Outdoor events and processions were staged on a large scale, and were as dramatic and successful as the indoor ceremonies and entertainments.
      • However, campaigning parents have launched a petition to save Blackfield Infant School and are staging a public meeting on the site next Tuesday at 7.30 pm.
      • To this end a series of evening classes and weekend workshops is planned to complement the concerts and events being staged.
      • The event was staged by concert organisers, Young Voices.
      • The Jazz in the Foyer concerts are new monthly musical events being staged in the Foyer Bar.
      • Fresh impetus has been given to staging a world championship sports event in South Lakeland after organisers were about to ‘throw in the towel.’
      • And they will have to show they are encouraging state school pupils to consider applying, through staging events such as summer schools and master classes.
      • The marchers will then go down Alice Lane where they will stop at the corner of 5th Street to be addressed by speakers from the organisations staging the protests.
      • People from Beloit and surrounding regions also staged a parade as the initial organized event of the day.
      • While efforts for staging the event are being reviewed, training for potential participants has started at the four regional centres across the country.
      • Most events proved extremely popular as organisers succeeded in staging a festival, which appealed to the ordinary person, rather than the high-brow artistic follower.

    • 1.2(engineer, arrange)

      arreglar
      orquestar
      the interview was obviously staged la entrevista fue obviamente arreglada / orquestada
      • Eight days later, a Special Ops team (read, Knights in Shining Armor) stages a dramatic midnight rescue.
      • However, they turned it up to the next level, staging a valiant comeback attempt, only to fall short, losing 6-4.
      • The band plans to stage a comeback after she delivers the baby.
      • The singer's career was then down in the dumps and the award helped him stage a sensational comeback.
      • They're listening intently or with anger to a master of sound bytes who staged a dramatic comeback.
      • Mythological and historical dramas are staging a comeback.
      • Kilcotton now staged a dramatic recovery, scoring three excellent points from three different players.
      • Traditional systems of medicine like Ayurveda are staging a comeback and getting kudos for their holistic approach to ailments.
      • This could be let down by the fact that he hasn't had a big hit record for years, and he might be too frail to stage such a comeback.
      • Trailing by ten points with less than ten minutes left, Malton staged a dramatic comeback to snatch the win.
      • By mid-August he is ready to stage a dramatic comeback and say a proper goodbye to the game.
      • Several ethnic dishes such as ‘chiratta puttu’ and ‘kappa puttu’ are also staging a come-back.
      • Whenever I watch England when they're in a leading position, the possibility of their opponents staging an unexpected comeback is always at the back of my mind.
      • Once on the edge of extinction, the bitterns have staged an amazing comeback nationally, with five times as many nests as in 1997.
      • The word ‘hunk’, which was slipping from everyday usage, staged a valiant comeback.
      • Many spectators left the Tarrawingee oval, believing that Chiltern had won, before Greta staged a dramatic comeback.
      • After lying uncared and unattended to for quite some, the palace, which itself is the seat of history and heritage of the land, is staging a comeback into mainstream life.
      • Fresh from prison, he's also staging an unexpected comeback, one that's surprising the most seasoned observers.
      • Annaghdown staged a comeback in the second-half and had a goal in the first minute.
      • But Widnes staged a dramatic second-half recovery and grabbed their opening try in the 47th minute.

  • 2

    Theatre
    (play) poner en escena
    (play) representar
    • The year 1935 was called the ‘Year of Nora’ with drama troupes in Shanghai followed by troupes in other parts of the country, staging the play on a large scale.
    • In a couple of days, they will be staging a play that they have conceived.
    • Tickets will cost Rs.20 and the proceeds collected will go entirely to the troupe staging the play.
    • The group stages its own shows and some members perform in the Little Theatre's adult productions.
    • Although they stage the same play, the performance is different each night.
    • But staging a play based on folklore in a traditional medium is a novel experiment.
    • Carmel also points out that as usual there will be the possibility of staging the play a third night, such is the demand for tickets.
    • After finding a script featuring the story of a tour guide, resourceful student Lucy Pearman hit on the idea of staging her play in an open top bus.
    • Resident Reg Hainsworth had acquired a cine camera and was staging a show of the past year in Ingleton which proved so popular that all chairs were taken long before the film started.
    • Adult performers will be staging a one-act play as part of the drama night in December.
    • On Sunday, July 21, Steve Smith is staging another motor show in the town and has asked if we can put on a special farmers market down Wheelgate.
    • He said he could make use of his professional health and safety expertise to deal with that aspect of staging the plays.
    • A group of students are staging a fund-raising show, inspired by stories about local hospices in the Journal.
    • The School plans to take the concept forward by staging other plays which can not only be an integral part of the teaching strategy but also broaden the horizon of the students.
    • For Joan D' Mello, Assistant Director of Aliyavar, staging the play was a dream come true.
    • The agreement of English Heritage would also be needed for the site around the abbey to be used again for staging the plays.
    • Torrential rain over the past fortnight made staging the show even more difficult than usual, said Mr Cothliff, who has run the event for the past five years.
    • This modern masterpiece has been staged by Chinese dramatic groups many times and Chinese audiences are already familiar with it.
    • Two Swindon dancers, Faye Pound and Kelly Sutton, are fulfilling a dream by staging their own show.
    • A group of young carers have staged a moving play showing the reality of their duties looking after relatives at home.