Dramatizing

to put into a form suitable for acting on a stage. 2. to express or represent vividly, emotionally, or strikingly: He dramatizes his woes with sobs and sighs.v. dram·a·tized, dram·a·tiz·ing, dram·a·tiz·es. v.tr. 1. To adapt (a story or literary work) for dramatic presentation, as in a theater or on television or radio. 2.Anytime you see a movie or TV show about real events, the actors are dramatizing what really happened. If you slipped on the sidewalk and hurt your knee a  to make (a book, an event, etc.) into a play, movie, television show, etc. : to make a situation seem more important or serious than it really is. : to show (something . dramatizing. verb. To act dramatic in a way that is subtle yet noticeable. Robbie: Did you notice during the meeting Christa and Clarisa were staring each other . Define self–dramatizing: seeing and presenting oneself as an important or dramatic figure—usage, synonyms, more.the transformation which in psychoanalytic theory the underlying dream thoughts undergo into dramatic and pictorial form before they can take part in the actual . Definition of dramatizeverb in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation, picture, example sentences, grammar, usage notes, synonyms . Synonyms for dramatize at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.

to put into a form suitable for acting on a stage. 2. to express or represent vividly, emotionally, or strikingly: He dramatizes his woes with sobs and sighs.v. dram·a·tized, dram·a·tiz·ing, dram·a·tiz·es. v.tr. 1. To adapt (a story or literary work) for dramatic presentation, as in a theater or on television or radio. 2.Anytime you see a movie or TV show about real events, the actors are dramatizing what really happened. If you slipped on the sidewalk and hurt your knee a  to make (a book, an event, etc.) into a play, movie, television show, etc. : to make a situation seem more important or serious than it really is. : to show (something . dramatizing. verb. To act dramatic in a way that is subtle yet noticeable. Robbie: Did you notice during the meeting Christa and Clarisa were staring each other . Define self–dramatizing: seeing and presenting oneself as an important or dramatic figure—usage, synonyms, more.the transformation which in psychoanalytic theory the underlying dream thoughts undergo into dramatic and pictorial form before they can take part in the actual . Definition of dramatizeverb in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation, picture, example sentences, grammar, usage notes, synonyms . Synonyms for dramatize at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.
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to put into a form suitable for acting on a stage. 2. to express or represent vividly, emotionally, or strikingly: He dramatizes his woes with sobs and sighs.v. dram·a·tized, dram·a·tiz·ing, dram·a·tiz·es. v.tr. 1. To adapt (a story or literary work) for dramatic presentation, as in a theater or on television or radio. 2.Anytime you see a movie or TV show about real events, the actors are dramatizing what really happened. If you slipped on the sidewalk and hurt your knee a  to make (a book, an event, etc.) into a play, movie, television show, etc. : to make a situation seem more important or serious than it really is. : to show (something . dramatizing. verb. To act dramatic in a way that is subtle yet noticeable. Robbie: Did you notice during the meeting Christa and Clarisa were staring each other . Define self–dramatizing: seeing and presenting oneself as an important or dramatic figure—usage, synonyms, more.the transformation which in psychoanalytic theory the underlying dream thoughts undergo into dramatic and pictorial form before they can take part in the actual . Definition of dramatizeverb in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation, picture, example sentences, grammar, usage notes, synonyms . Synonyms for dramatize at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.

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