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melodrama

noun   /ˈmel.əˌdrɑː.mə/
a story, play, or film in which the characters show stronger emotions than real people usually do melodrama a television melodrama mainly UK The car’s hardly damaged – there’s no need to make a melodrama out of it (= make the situation more important than it is).235
(Definition of melodrama from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

melodrama

noun /ˈmelədraːmə/
a (type of) play in which emotions and the goodness or wickedness of the characters are exaggerated greatly melodrama Some critics prefer the playwright’s earlier melodramas.
(an example of) behaviour/behavior similar to a play of this sort melodrama He makes a melodrama out of everything that happens.
melodramatic /-drəˈmӕ-/ adjective
melodramático a melodramatic outburst of emotion.
melodramatically adverb
con dramatismo
(Definition of melodrama from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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