[stan-uh-slahv-skee, -slahf-; Russian stuh-nyi-slahf-skyee] /ˌstæn əˈslɑv ski, -ˈslɑf-; Russian stə nyɪˈslɑf skyi/
[kon-stuh n-teen;; Russian kuh n-stuhn-tyeen] /ˈkɒn stənˌtin;; Russian kən stʌnˈtyin/ (Show IPA), (Konstantin Sergeevich Alekseev) 1863–1938, Russian actor, producer, and director.
/ˌstænɪˈslævskɪ; Russian stəniˈslafskij/
Konstantin (kənstanˈtin). 1863–1938, Russian actor and director, cofounder of the Moscow Art Theatre (1897). He is famous for his theory of acting, known as the Method, which directs the actor to find the truth within himself about the role he is playing
- Stanislavsky system
noun See method acting
- Stanislaw I
noun 1. (Stanislaw Leszczynski) Stanislaus I.
noun 1. Polish name of Ivano-Frankovsk. Ivano-Frankovsk [ee-vah-nuh-fruhn-kawfsk; English ih-vah-noh-frahng-kawfsk, -kofsk] /iˈvɑ nə frʌnˈkɔfsk; English ɪˈvɑ noʊ frɑŋˈkɔfsk, -ˈkɒfsk/ noun 1. a city in W Ukraine, S of Lvov.
verb 1. a simple past tense of stink. verb (used without object), stank or, often stunk; stunk; stinking. 1. to emit a strong offensive smell. 2. to be offensive to honesty or propriety; to be in extremely bad repute or disfavor. 3. Informal. to be disgustingly inferior: That book stinks. 4. Slang. to have a […]