verb (inf=upstage, upstages, upstaging, upstaged)
- The part of a stage that is farthest from the audience or camera.
- (transitive) To draw attention away from.
- She only wore that dress to upstage everyone.
- (transitive) To force an actor to face away from the audience by staying upstage.
- (transitive) To treat snobbishly.
- At the rear of a stage.
- The minimalist play used no scenery.
- toward or at the rear of a theatrical stage.
- The actor turned and walked .
- away from a motion-picture or television camera.
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