to dramatize

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Englisch - Englisch
To present something in a dramatic or melodramatic manner
To adapt a literary work so that it can be performed in the theatre, or on radio or television
to relate or represent in a dramatic or theatrical manner
{f} adapt for theatrical presentation; exaggerate; add details to, embellish (also dramatise)
put into dramatic form; "adopt a book for a screenplay
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
represent something in a dramatic manner; "These events dramatize the lack of social responsibility among today's youth"
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
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
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.'
add details to
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
put into dramatic form; "adopt a book for a screenplay"
Türkisch - Englisch
dramatizing
to dramatize
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