go on stage

発音
walk onto a stage; play a part in a theatrical performance

例文

Clinton, who is considering running for president in the 2016 elections, had just gone on stage when the shoe was thrown.
(Voice of America)
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I always get nervous before I go on stage.
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Mr President, politicians are often told of the old actor's advice that you should never go on stage with children or animals.
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She ran over her lines once before she went on stage.
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He ran over her lines once before she went on stage.
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Cough syrup. If I don't drink a mouthful before going on stage I can't settle down!
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The epilogue of the "two days" dedicated to the National Miss Italy, went on stage, 5 and 6 June at The Shopping Center Befane of Rimini, was the proclamation of the new "Miss Rimini 2009".
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You sleaze bag are going on stage.
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And that was the first time I went on stage.
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And they went on stage and they performed these songs which were pretty bad - basically, Western swing, very old-fashioned, very not contemporary.
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