be one's scene
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British pronunciation/nˌɒt wˈɒnz sˈiːn/
American pronunciation/nˌɑːt wˈʌnz sˈiːn/
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to be something that one is interested in

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to [be] {one's} scene definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "be one's scene" and when to use it?

The idiom "be one's scene" does not have a specific historical origin. It is a modern idiomatic expression that has developed over time in contemporary language usage. It used to describe something that aligns with a person's interests, preferences, or personal style. The phrase often implies a sense of comfort, enjoyment, or a feeling of belonging.

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