dramatic

英 [drə'mætɪk] 美 [drə'mætɪk]
  • adj. 戏剧的;引人注目的;激动人心的
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dramatic (adj.)
1580s, from Late Latin dramaticus, from Greek dramatikos "pertaining to plays," from drama (genitive dramatos; see drama). Meaning "full of action and striking display, fit for a drama" is from 1725. Dramatic irony is recorded from 1907. Related: Dramatical; dramatically.
1. Recent, more dramatic use of CGI was seen in "Walking With Dinosaurs".
在纪录片《与恐龙同行》中可以看到最新的、更加生动的电脑特效技术。

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2. It was unbelievably dramatic as lightning crackled all round the van.
闪电在货车周围炸开时,情景异常壮观。

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3. The director employs sensuous, atmospheric camerawork and deft dramatic touches.
导演在镜头运用上既富有美感又渲染了气氛,戏剧手法的运用也娴熟自如。

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4. Its dramatic nuances were often generalised to the point of opacity.
它那戏剧性的微妙之处常被含糊处理到了晦涩的地步。

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5. The old lady cackled, pleased to have produced so dramatic a reaction.
看到引起如此大的反应,老太太高兴得咯咯笑了起来。

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