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Translation of "drama" - English-Spanish dictionary

drama

noun /ˈdraːmə/
a play for acting on the stage obra de teatro He has just produced a new drama.
plays for the stage in general teatro, drama modern drama.
the art of acting in plays arte dramático He studied drama at college.
exciting events drama Life here is full of drama.
dramatic /drəˈmӕtik/ adjective
vivid or striking impresionante, espectacular a dramatic improvement She made a dramatic entrance.
of or in the form of a drama dramático a dramatic performance.
(of a person) showing (too) much feeling or emotion dramático, teatral She’s very dramatic about everything.
dramatically adverb
dramáticamente His health has dramatically improved over the past few months.
dramatist /ˈdrӕ-/ noun
a writer of plays. dramaturgo
dramatize /ˈdrӕ-/ verb ( (also dramatiseBritish))
to turn into the form of a play adaptar a la televisión, al cine… She dramatized the novel for television.
to make real events seem like things that happen in a play dramatizar She dramatizes everything so much!
dramatization noun ( (also dramatisationBritish))
adaptación teatral, dramatización
(Definition of drama from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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