The Top English Grammar Tips From A–Z
1Teatro(effective/moving) desde el punto de vista dramático
- Unlike Warren, a great Carlo of the 50s, Tagliabue doesn't ennoble the role - either vocally or dramatically.
- Dramatically, however, the play suffers from the lack of any real counterweight to Desdemona's political passion.
- Every word could be heard and his characterisation both vocally and dramatically was perfect.
- But the weakest subplot, at least dramatically, is the Wakefield story.
- The high notes are dazzling, however, and dramatically, she is perceptive and lacking neither in pathos nor in vulnerability.
- The synopsis may help you make sense of the plot, but it's complicated, if still dramatically compelling, in a Baroque opera way.
- His portrayal of Hotspur here seemed a weaker, less dramatically effective character in comparison with the earlier play.
- Morrison has a lovely voice and she's dramatically convincing as Maria.
- The essential problem was the script, which was unsatisfying on every level - emotionally, dramatically and intellectually.
- Excellent performances, stunning spectacle, and a dramatically satisfying mix of bitter and sweet.
2(exaggeratedly)(pause/announce) dramáticamente(pause/announce) de manera teatral(pause/announce) de manera histriónica
- Thus, over the course of seven months, Ingres's political outlook changed dramatically.
- The unrest in the region is reflected in cocoa prices, which rose dramatically in fall 2002.
- At the same time, the cost of research has increased dramatically.
- These surveys have been carried out to assess entirely different problems in structures that varied dramatically in age.
- Both phones offer dramatically faster downloads than their non-3G cousins.
- The only certainty about a five-year plan is that it will be dramatically wrong within five years.
- Compared to competitive tape drives, the new one will offer dramatically superior price, performance, and reliability features.
- Overall radio listening in India has fallen dramatically in recent years.
- The number of instances of patients injuring themselves was dramatically reduced by two thirds.
- This difference of organization seems simple but it dramatically affected the situation.
- Elizabeth was rolling her eyes and sighing dramatically.
- "Better be dead and forgotten," he concluded dramatically, "than living in shame and dishonor!"
- He bowed dramatically before me again.
- Oakley groaned dramatically, and he looked over at me.
- "You're not the brother I though you were," she remarked dramatically.
- He then laughs dramatically for far too long at this joke and I had to pause the video to calm myself.
- "This is one of the best opportunities for me; this will be a masterpiece from my life," he announced dramatically.
- I want them to honor my grief, I say dramatically.
- His voice dropped dramatically.
- I cried dramatically, flinging my arms in the air for extra emphasis.
3(strikingly)(change/improve/increase) de manera espectacularthey are dramatically different — son radicalmente distintos
- His geometric abstraction consisted of dramatically simplified geometric blocks of primary colour.
- At night, the structure is dramatically illuminated, casting angular shadows through the clearing.
- The pavilions and courtyards are dramatically arranged on a pair of rocky hills overlooking the Indian Ocean.
- Sometimes it's dramatically beautiful: the tide rapidly sweeping out towards Lindisfarne.
- A striking painting that was in her show is The Great Leap Forward, a large rectangular canvas with a dramatically diagonal composition.
- Walk in and you survey a dramatically curved staircase that sweeps down one level to the brasserie's bar and lounge.
- Bunyan's archetypal characters are dramatically illustrated through fifty masterful watercolor portraits.
- I'm willing to queue for Vervoordt's eclectic collection, dramatically displayed in the atmospheric Palazzo Fortuny.
- The illuminated installation elegantly and dramatically enhances the architecture of the building.
- The house perches dramatically at the cliff's edge.
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