dramatic

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Englisch - Türkisch
dramatik

Neden çok dramatik olmak zorundasın? - Why do you have to be so dramatic?

Tom dramatik bir etki için durakladı. - Tom paused for dramatic effect.

(Tekstil) anormal ( olağanüstü )
heyecanladırıcı
duyguları kamçılayan
tiyatroyla ilgili
coşku veren
heyecanlandırıcı
oyumsal
çarpıcı/dramatik
{s} etkileyici
çarpıcı olarak
et kileyici
tiyatro türünü andıran hareketli
tesirli
{s} dramatik, tiyatro ile ilgili
{s} heyecanlı
dramatically bir oyunu andırır şekilde canlı olarak
{s} tiyatroya ait
{s} çarpıcı

Durum çarpıcı bir biçimde değişti. - The situation has changed dramatically.

Tıp bilimi çarpıcı bir ilerleme gösterdi. - Medical science has made a dramatic advance.

dramatic irony
(Tiyatro) dramatik ironi
dramatic irony
sahnede karakterin bilmediği ama seyircilerin bildiği şey
dramatic censorship
(Tiyatro) oyun yasaklanması
dramatic dialect
(Dilbilim) oyun lehçesi
dramatic end
hazin son
dramatic forms
tiyatro biçimleri
dramatic music
(Muzik) dramatik müzik
dramatic poetry
dramatik şiir
dramatic representation
dramatik oyunlar
dramatic scene
acıklı sahne
dramatically
çarpıcı/dramatik olarak
dramatically
önemli ölçüde

Durum önemli ölçüde değişti. - The situation has changed dramatically.

Dolar döviz kuru önemli ölçüde arttı. - The dollar exchange rate has increased dramatically.

dramatically
çarpıcı biçimde
dramatically
dramatik bir biçimde
dramatically
dramatik olarak
dramatics
amatör tiyatro çalışmaları
dramatics
tiyatroculuk
dramatics
oyun yazma/oynama sanatı
dramatics
tiyatro sanat
dramatics
dramatik davranış
dramatics
{i} dramatik ifade
dramatics
{i} sahne etkinlikleri
dramatics
dramaturji
Englisch - Englisch
Striking in appearance or effect
Of or relating to the drama
Having a powerful, expressive singing voice
{a} represented by action, theatrical
suitable to or characteristic of drama; "a dramatic entrance in a swirling cape"; "a dramatic rescue at sea" sensational in appearance or thrilling in effect; "a dramatic sunset"; "a dramatic pause"; "a spectacular display of northern lights"; "it was a spectacular play"; "his striking good looks always created a sensation" used of a singer or singing voice that is marked by power and expressiveness and a histrionic or theatrical style; "a dramatic tenor"; "a dramatic soprano" pertaining to or characteristic of drama; "dramatic arts
suitable to or characteristic of drama; "a dramatic entrance in a swirling cape"; "a dramatic rescue at sea"
pertaining to or characteristic of drama; "dramatic arts
sensational in appearance or thrilling in effect; "a dramatic sunset"; "a dramatic pause"; "a spectacular display of northern lights"; "it was a spectacular play"; "his striking good looks always created a sensation"
You use dramatic to describe things connected with or relating to the theatre, drama, or plays. a dramatic arts major in college
A dramatic action, event, or situation is exciting and impressive. He witnessed many dramatic escapes as people jumped from as high as the fourth floor + dramatically dra·mati·cal·ly He tipped his head to one side and sighed dramatically
pertaining to or characteristic of drama; "dramatic arts"
{s} written as a drama, having the base of drama; emotional, surprising, containing conflict
A dramatic change or event happens suddenly and is very noticeable and surprising. A fifth year of drought is expected to have dramatic effects on the California economy = striking + dramatically dra·mati·cal·ly At speeds above 50mph, serious injuries dramatically increase
used of a singer or singing voice that is marked by power and expressiveness and a histrionic or theatrical style; "a dramatic tenor"; "a dramatic soprano"
Of or pertaining to the drama; appropriate to, or having the qualities of, a drama; theatrical; vivid
dramatic beat
The smallest division of action in a play, film or other work of drama; The moment at which increasing dramatic tension produces a noticable change in the consciousness of one or more characters
dramatic irony
A theatrical effect in which the meaning of a situation, or some incongruity in the plot, is understood by the audience, but not by the characters in the play
dramatic structure
one of four formats used in commercials that are designed to affect the audience emotionally, not just rationally: emotional pivot, positive transition, emotional build, and sustained emotion

The laptop ad that first showed an I.T. team with a problem and then showed IBM as the solution used emotional pivot as its dramatic structure.

dramatic structure
The sequence a 5-act play follows including exposition, rising action, climax or turning point, falling action, and denouement or catastrophe. credit Gustav Freytag 1863
dramatic art
{i} dramaturgy, art of writing and producing plays
dramatic composition
a play for performance on the stage or television or in a movie etc
dramatic development
vivid development, striking occurrence
dramatic irony
situation where a character is unaware of something the audience knows
dramatic irony
(theater) irony that occurs when the meaning of the situation is understood by the audience but not by the characters in the play
dramatic irony
A situation in which the audience or reader shares with the author knowledge of present or future circumstances of which a character is ignorant
dramatic irony
this occurs when a reader knows things a character is ignorant of or when characters' speech and action reveals that they do not understand themselves
dramatic irony
when the reader, listener or viewer understands more of what is going on than the characters involved
dramatic irony
The situation when the audience knows something the characters don't, as in Shakespeare's Macbeth, when King Duncan remarks on his inability to judge character - while warmly greeting the man (Macbeth) we already know plans to assassinate him
dramatic irony
The dramatic effect achieved by leading an audience to understand an incongruity between a situation and the accompanying speeches, while the characters in the play remain unaware of the incongruity. when the people watching a play know something that the characters do not, and can understand the real importance or meaning of what is happening
dramatic irony
a plot device in which a character holds a position or has an expectation that is reversed or fulfilled in a way that the character did not expect but that we, as readers or as audience members, have anticipated because our knowledge of events or individuals is more complete than the character's Close Window
dramatic monologue
Poem where the speaker is a character created by the poet rather than the poet himself
dramatic monologue
a monologue set in a specific situation and spoken to an imaginary audience
dramatic monologue
a poem in which a single fictional or historical character other than the poet speaks to a silent "audience" within the poem
dramatic monologue
a poem in which the speaker (of that poem) is talking to the other characters who are being quiet and not saying anything in return They just sit and listen The speaker is being very informative and usually says more than he needs to in a dramatic monologue
dramatic monologue
A literary work which consists of a revealing one-way conversation by a character or persona, usually directed to a second person or to an imaginary audience It typically involves a critical moment of a specific situation, with the speaker's words unintentionally providing a revelation of his character, as in Robert Browning's "My Last Duchess " (See also Interior Monologue, Soliloquy)
dramatic monologue
a poem representing itself as a speech made by one person to a silent listener, usually not the reader Examples include Robert Browning's "My Last Duchess," Alfred lord Tennyson's "Ulysses," and T S Eliot's "The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock " A lyric may also be addressed to someone, but it is short and song-like and may appear to address either the reader or the poet
dramatic monologue
A poem in which a poetic speaker addresses either the reader or an internal listener at length It is similar to the soliloquy in theater Two famous examples are Browning's "My Last Duchess" and "Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister "
dramatic monologue
A literary, usually verse composition in which a speaker reveals his or her character, often in relation to a critical situation or event, in a monologue addressed to the reader or to a presumed listener
dramatic production
the act of performing a drama; "the group joined together in a dramatic production
dramatic turn
extreme turning point, striking change of events
dramatics
dramatic behaviour
dramatics
the art of acting and stagecraft
American Academy of Dramatic Arts
a school in New York City for training actors, where many famous actors have studied
dramatically
in a very impressive manner; "your performance will improve dramatically
dramatically
In a dramatic manner; theatrically; vividly
dramatically
with respect to dramatic value; "the play was dramatically interesting, but the direction was bad"
dramatically
in a dramatic manner; "he confessed dramatically"
dramatically
In a dramatic manner
dramatically
in a dramatic manner; "he confessed dramatically" with respect to dramatic value; "the play was dramatically interesting, but the direction was bad" in a very impressive manner; "your performance will improve dramatically
dramatically
in a dramatic manner, in a theatrical manner
dramatically
in a very impressive manner; "your performance will improve dramatically"
dramatics
participation in theatrical productions as an extracurricular activity
dramatics
disapproval You talk about dramatics to express your disapproval of behaviour which seems to show too much emotion, and which you think is done deliberately in order to impress people. another wearisome outbreak of Nancy's dramatics. behaviour that shows too much emotion, and is annoying or does not seem sincere
dramatics
You use dramatics to refer to activities connected with the theatre and drama, such as acting in plays or producing them. Angela says she longs to join an amateur dramatics class. the university dramatics society
dramatics
{i} drama, play; melodramatic behavior
dramatics
the art of writing and producing plays
made a dramatic entry
entered in a remarkable manner, attracted attention when he entered
Türkisch - Englisch
(Tiyatro) oyumsal
dramatic
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