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To adapt a literary work so that it can be performed in the theatre, or on radio or television
To present something in a dramatic or melodramatic manner
to relate or represent in a dramatic or theatrical manner
put into dramatic form; "adopt a book for a screenplay
{f} adapt for theatrical presentation; exaggerate; add details to, embellish (also dramatise)
put into dramatic form; "adopt a book for a screenplay"
If something that happens or is done dramatizes a situation, it focuses people's attention on the situation in a dramatic way. The need for change has been dramatized by plummeting bank profits. = highlight
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drama·tize dramatizes dramatizing dramatized in BRIT, also use dramatise1. If a book or story is dramatized, it is written or presented as a play, film, or television drama. an incident later dramatized in the movie `The Right Stuff'. a dramatised version of the novel. + dramatization dramatizations drama·ti·za·tion a dramatisation of D H Lawrence's novel, `Lady Chatterley's Lover.'
disapproval If you say that someone dramatizes a situation or event, you mean that they try to make it seem more serious, more important, or more exciting than it really is. They have a tendency to show off, to dramatize almost every situation. = exaggerate
represent something in a dramatic manner; "These events dramatize the lack of social responsibility among today's youth" put into dramatic form; "adopt a book for a screenplay
represent something in a dramatic manner; "These events dramatize the lack of social responsibility among today's youth"
To compose in the form of the drama; to represent in a drama; to adapt to dramatic representation; as, to dramatize a novel, or an historical episode
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The act of dramatizing
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dramatise
represent something in a dramatic manner; "These events dramatize the lack of social responsibility among today's youth"
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put into dramatic form; "adopt a book for a screenplay"
dramatise
{f} adapt for theatrical presentation; exaggerate; add details to, embellish (also dramatize)
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the duplication of engramic content, entire or in part, by an aberree (aberrated person) in his present_time environment Aberrated conduct is entirely dramatization The degree of dramatization is in direct ratio to the degree of restimulation of the engrams causing it When dramatizing, the individual is like an actor playing his dictated part and going through a whole series of irrational actions See also aberration; engram; restimulation
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{i} play, show, drama; act of making into a drama; exaggeration (also dramatisation)
dramatization
the duplication of engramic content, entire or in part, by an aberree (aberrated person) in his present-time environment Aberrated conduct is entirely dramatization The degree of dramatization is in direct ratio to the degree of restimulation of the engrams causing it When dramatizing, the individual is like an actor playing his dictated part and going through a whole series of irrational actions See also aberration; engram; restimulation
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a dramatic representation conversion into dramatic form; "the play was a dramatization of a short story
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A version that has been dramatized
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Act of dramatizing
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conversion into dramatic form; "the play was a dramatization of a short story"
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a dramatic representation
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(See 278) The theatrical presentation of products The theatrical presentation of products
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past of dramatize
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third-person singular of dramatize
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present participle of dramatize
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