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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
Translations of “melodrama”
in French mélodrame, mélo…
in German das Melodrama…
in Chinese (Traditional) 情節劇…
in Russian мелодрама…
in Turkish melodram…
in Chinese (Simplified) 情节剧…
in Polish melodramat…
(Definition of melodrama from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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