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EtymologyEdit

scene +‎ -er

NounEdit

scener (plural sceners)

  1. A member of a scene, especially the demoscene.
    • 1996, "John Bus", Amiga Domain - An Aussie Scene Party! (on newsgroup alt.sys.amiga.demos)
      This party will have it all for the Amiga scener: demos, competitions, dealers, and huge projection screen and sound system to entertain you.
    • 2014, Gerard Alberts, ‎Ruth Oldenziel, Hacking Europe: From Computer Cultures to Demoscenes (page 146)
      In Western Europe, there were thousands of sceners and many thousands of software products []

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scener m

  1. indefinite plural of scene

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scener m or f

  1. indefinite feminine plural of scene

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scener

  1. indefinite plural of scen