Etymology
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staging (n.)

"temporary structure or support," early 14c., verbal noun from stage (v.). As an adjective to designate "stopping place or assembly point," 1945.

updated on November 20, 2013

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Definitions of staging from WordNet

staging (n.)
the production of a drama on the stage;
Synonyms: theatrical production
staging (n.)
a system of scaffolds;
Synonyms: scaffolding
staging (n.)
travel by stagecoach;
staging (n.)
getting rid of a stage of a multistage rocket;
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