make the scene


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make the scene

 
1. S/. to attend an event. We plan to make the scene, but we may be a bit late. I hope everybody can make the scene.
2. Sl. to understand a situation; to appreciate the situation. I can't quite make the scene, but it looks like Willie punched the guy over here. Then he moved to the window over here, and that's when the woman across the street saw him. I can make the scene. It's just like you said, except Willie came in and found the guy laid out on the floor.
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make the scene

to be active in a social activity She hopes to be behind the wheel, making the scene with her friends, after she gets her driver's license.
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make the scene

Put in an appearance, take part in an event, as in I'll miss most of the party, but I hope to make the scene before midnight. This expression employs scene in the sense of "a place where an action occurs." [Slang; mid-1900s]
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make the scene

1. tv. to attend an event. (see also scene.) I hope everybody can make the scene.
2. tv. to understand a situation; to appreciate the situation. (see also make.) I can’t quite make the scene, but it looks like Sam punched the guy over here. Then he moved to the window over here, and that’s when the old dame across the street saw him.
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make the scene

Slang
1. To put in an appearance: made the scene at the party.
2. To participate in a specified activity: made the drug scene.
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