centre stage

  1. a position of prominence or importance
  2. the central area on a theater stage
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How To Use centre stage In A Sentence

  • Even in the straight world of economics, where production and tangibles were once central, indices of happiness, creativity and other non-material values have taken centre stage.
  • This episode was not played centre stage but on a small podium installed near the audience.
  • One particularly macabre statue of Saint Sebastian, arrows poking out of every limb, was given centre stage.
  • She was able to take centre stage, providing comic relief while Zephyr shared intimate moments with her special friends.
  • He has been having a quiet tournament, but the point is that he has not been trying to take centre stage.
  • A new actress will take centre stage in next month's production of "The Doll's House".
  • Both performances were sold out as parents packed the hall to see their children take centre stage.
  • But it's their careers that take centre stage. Times, Sunday Times
  • At centre stage is not the athlete but the official belonging to somnolent associations.
  • Predictably, leeches, cupping, and blood letting take the centre stage of treatments.
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