Backdrop – meaning of the word and examples

A large piece of cloth with buildings, countryside, etc. painted on it, hung at the back of a stage during a performance. (Cambridge Dictionary)

The view behind something: (Cambridge Dictionary)

The general situation in which particular events happen. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A painted cloth hung across the rear of a stage. (Merriam – Webster)

Background. (Merriam – Webster)

backdrop is a large piece of cloth, often with scenery painted on it, that is hung at the back of a stage while a play is being performed. (Collins Dictionary)

The backdrop to an object or a scene is what you see behind it. (Collins Dictionary)

The backdrop to an event is the general situation in which it happens. (Collins Dictionary)

A painted cloth hung at the back of a theatre stage as part of the scenery. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Examples

Red Carpet Backdrops

https://backdroponline.com/collections/red-carpet-backdrops/backdrop-meaning

Dixiniary. The meaning of backdrop.

http://www.dixinary.com/dictionary/backdrop

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