dramatise


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dramatise


Past participle: dramatised
Gerund: dramatising

Imperative
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Present
I dramatise
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Preterite
I dramatised
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Present Continuous
I am dramatising
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Present Perfect
I have dramatised
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Past Continuous
I was dramatising
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Past Perfect
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Future
I will dramatise
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Future Perfect
I will have dramatised
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Future Continuous
I will be dramatising
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dramatising
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dramatising
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dramatising
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Conditional
I would dramatise
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Past Conditional
I would have dramatised
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.dramatise - put into dramatic formdramatise - put into dramatic form; "adopt a book for a screenplay"
authorship, penning, writing, composition - the act of creating written works; "writing was a form of therapy for him"; "it was a matter of disputed authorship"
indite, pen, write, compose - produce a literary work; "She composed a poem"; "He wrote four novels"
2.dramatise - represent something in a dramatic manner; "These events dramatize the lack of social responsibility among today's youth"
represent - serve as a means of expressing something; "The flower represents a young girl"
overdramatise, overdramatize - present in an overly dramatic manner; "She is overdramatizing her child's failure in the physics class"
3.dramatise - add details to
glorify - cause to seem more splendid; "You are glorifying a rather mediocre building"
exaggerate, hyperbolise, hyperbolize, overstate, amplify, magnify, overdraw - to enlarge beyond bounds or the truth; "tended to romanticize and exaggerate this `gracious Old South' imagery"
Translations
يُمَسْرِح، يُحَوِّل إلى مَسْرَحِيَّه
færa í leikbúningÿkja

drama

(ˈdraːmə) noun
1. a play for acting on the stage. He has just produced a new drama.
2. plays for the stage in general. modern drama.
3. the art of acting in plays. He studied drama at college.
4. exciting events. Life here is full of drama.
dramatic (drəˈmӕtik) adjective
1. of or in the form of a drama. a dramatic performance.
2. vivid or striking. a dramatic improvement; She made a dramatic entrance.
3. (of a person) showing (too) much feeling or emotion. She's very dramatic about everything.
draˈmatically adverb
ˈdramatist (ˈdrӕ-) noun
a writer of plays.
ˈdramatize, ˈdramatise (ˈdrӕ-) verb
1. to turn into the form of a play. She dramatized the novel for television.
2. to make real events seem like things that happen in a play. She dramatizes everything so!
dramatiˈzation noun
References in classic literature ?
The honour is reciprocal, sir, as I usually say when I dramatise a book.
When I dramatise a book, sir,' said the literary gentleman, 'THAT'S fame.
Dubai: Mohammad Al Abbar, Chairman of Emr Properties, said that there is no harm to take a bit of risk in any business and it is not logical to dramatise the corruption issues in Africa.