bad scene

Australian Slang
place or situation which has a bad ambience

English dialects glossary. 2013.

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  • bad scene — [n] misfortunate event bad trip*, bummer*, bum trip*, depressing experience, disaster, downer*, drag*, raw deal, rotten hand, unhappy situation, unpleasant experience, unpleasant situation; concepts 674,675 …   New thesaurus

  • Bad scene — place or situation which has a bad ambience …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • scene — W2S2 [si:n] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(play/film)¦ 2¦(activities)¦ 3¦(accident/crime)¦ 4¦(view/picture)¦ 5¦(event/situation)¦ 6¦(argument)¦ 7 not be your scene 8 behind the scenes 9 set the scene 10 be/come on the scene …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • scene — [ sin ] noun count *** ▸ 1 part of play/book etc. ▸ 2 view ▸ 3 place where something happens ▸ 4 activity/interest ▸ 5 argument etc. in public ▸ 6 situation ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) a part of a play, book, movie, etc. in which events happen in the same… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • bad trip — [n] unpleasant experience bad scene, bummer*, bum trip*, disaster, downer*, drag*, freak out*, unhappy situation, unpleasant drug experience, unpleasant situation; concepts 674,675 …   New thesaurus

  • scene — /si:n/ noun 1 PLAY/FILM (C) a) part of a play during which there is no change in time or place: Hamlet, Act 5 Scene 2 b) a single piece of action that happens in one place in a film, book etc: Some of the more violent scenes are very disturbing.… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • scene */*/*/ — UK [siːn] / US [sɪn] noun [countable] Word forms scene : singular scene plural scenes 1) a part of a play, book, film etc in which events happen in the same place or period of time a love scene opening/final scene: the opening scene of Macbeth… …   English dictionary

  • scene — /sin / (say seen) noun 1. the place where any action occurs. 2. any view or picture. 3. an incident or situation in real life. 4. an exhibition or outbreak of excited or violent feeling before others. 5. a division of a play or of an act of a… …   Australian English dictionary

  • scene — noun Etymology: Middle French, stage, from Latin scena, scaena stage, scene, probably from Etruscan, from Greek skēnē shelter, tent, building forming the background for a dramatic performance, stage; perhaps akin to Greek skia shadow more at… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • scene — n 1. the scene the fashionable, hip or cur rently favoured milieu. A favourite word from the beatnik and later hippy vocabu laries, often used in such phrases as make the scene (to be present or active in the currently hip environment) and on the …   Contemporary slang

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