- a temporary structure used for support; scaffolding
- the business of operating stagecoaches
- travel by stagecoach
- the act, process, or manner of presenting a play on the stage
- An example of staging is a wooden platform set up for a performance in the center of a shopping mall.
- An example of staging is a director working out where the actors in a play will move and sit as they say their lines.
- An example of staging is bringing furniture and decorations into a home that is for sale to make it more attractive to a prospective buyer.
- An example of staging is when a prospective new chef works for several days without pay to demonstrate his skills.
Staging is a temporary structure, or how a play is presented, or presenting a home for sale, or a try-out period for a chef or waitperson in a restaurant.
- A temporary platform or system of platforms used for support; scaffolding.
- a. The process or manner of putting on a play on the stage.b. The art or process of arranging the elements included in a shot in front of a camera, as for a movie: The horror film's exquisite staging works to unsettle its viewers.
- The act of jettisoning a stage of a multistage rocket.
- a. The operation of stagecoaches as an enterprise.b. Travel by stagecoach.
- Present participle of stage.
- (t) In erection on staging, the materials available determine the character of the staging; stacks of timber, earth banks, or builtup staging of piles and trestles have all been employed, also iron staging, which can be rapidly erected and moved from site to site.
- I asked where the house in question was located and was told it was several blocks away and this was a staging area.
- Now, you can send your soldiers to the castle where the demons are staging an attack, and rejoin the Council, or I can bury you here in your front yard.
- The side spans are erected first on staging and anchored to the piers.
- The methods of erection may be classed as - (I) erection on staging or falsework; (2) floating to the site and raising; (3) rolling out from one abutment; (4) building out member by member, the completed part forming the stage from which additions are handled.