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Translation of "improvise" - English-Spanish dictionary

improvise

verb   /ˈɪm.prə.vaɪz/
to invent or make something, such as a speech or a device, at the time when it is needed without already having planned it improvisar I hadn’t prepared a speech so I suddenly had to improvise. We improvised a mattress from a pile of blankets.1332
When actors or musicians improvise, they perform without prepared speech or music, making up the play, music, etc. as they perform it. improvisar During certain scenes of the play there isn’t any script and the actors just improvise (the dialogue).14671457
(Definition of improvise from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

improvise

verb /ˈimprəvaiz/
to compose and perform (a poem, tune etc) without preparation improvisar Jazz musicians pride themselves on their ability to improvise. The pianist forgot his music and had to improvise.
to make (something) from materials that happen to be available, often materials that are not normally used for that purpose improvisar They improvised a shelter from branches and blankets.
improvisation noun
improvisación a jazz improvisation
(Definition of improvise from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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