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  1. dramatic

    • IPA[drəˈmatɪk]

    英式

    • adj.
      relating to drama or the performance or study of drama;(of an event or circumstance) sudden and striking
    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. relating to drama or the performance or study of drama:

      the dramatic arts

      a dramatic society

    • 2. (of an event or circumstance) sudden and striking:

      a dramatic increase in recorded crime

    • 3. exciting or impressive:

      he recalled his dramatic escape from the building

      dramatic mountain peaks

    • 4. (of a person or their behaviour) intending or intended to create an effect; theatrical:

      with a dramatic gesture, she put a hand to her brow

    • n. a poem in the form of a speech or narrative by an imagined person, in which the speaker inadvertently reveals aspects of their character while describing a particular situation or series of events.

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    • n. a poem in the form of a speech or narrative by an imagined person, in which the speaker inadvertently reveals aspects of their character while describing a particular situation or series of events.

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    • IPA[drəˈmadik]

    美式

    • adj.
      relating to drama or the performance or study of drama:
    • the dramatic arts

      a dramatic society

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  2. 知識+

    • DRAMATIC

      DRAMATIC a. (形容詞 adjective) 1. 戲劇的;劇本的 give dramatic performances 演出戲劇 2. 戲劇般的;戲劇性的;充滿激情的 dramatic changes in the international situation 國際形勢的戲劇性變化 3. 引人注目的

    • dramatic mood swing 的意思

      never have this crew seen such dramatic mood swing 這群人從沒見識過如此戲劇化的情緒轉變 swing在這裡指的是在情緒在兩種極端擺盪 2009-07-21 12:57:16 補充: I agree.

    • The typr of irony

      ...irony that is calculated to hurt someone through, for example, false praise Dramatic irony, Dramatic irony creates a discrepancy between what a character ...