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dramatize

verb ( UK usually dramatise)   /ˈdræm.ə.taɪz/
When writers dramatize books, stories, poems, etc., they write them again in a form that can be performed. to write a book, story, poem, etc. again in a form that can be performed dramatizar 14641471
disapproving If someone dramatizes a report of what has happened to them, they make the story seem more exciting, important, or dangerous than it really is. to make a story seem more exciting, important or dangerous than it really is dramatizar 1155
dramatization noun ( UK usually dramatisation)   /ˌdræm.ə.taɪˈzeɪ.ʃən/
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