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improvisation

noun [C or U]     /ˌɪm.prə.vaɪˈzeɪ.ʃən/ US  /ɪmˌprɑː.vɪˈ-/
a performance which an actor, musician, etc. has not practiced or planned (演員)即興表演;(音樂家)即興創作 a blues/jazz improvisation 即興演奏的藍調/爵士樂 There are classes in movement, dance and improvisation. 有音樂、舞蹈和即興表演方面的課程。 Playing musicSinging in generalActing, rehearsing and performing
when you make or do something with whatever is available at the time 臨時湊合的事物(表示當下可用的事物) I'm afraid we don't have all the necessary equipment, so a little improvisation might be required. 恐怕我們的必需設備不全,所以我們可能需要把東西臨時湊合一下。 Inventing, designing and innovationCreating and producing
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