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dramatic

TPO词频:36次
drama戏剧
tic与……相关的
与戏剧相关的→戏剧的,戏剧性的

[drəˈmætɪk]


【释义】

基本释义 adj. 戏剧的

常考释义 adj. 戏剧的

【变形】

比较级:more dramatic    最高比较级:most dramatic    

adj. 引人注目的;相当大的

【TPO例句】

1. But this is enough to cause dramatic damage to crops. (TPO11-L3)

但这足够给农作物带来巨大的损失。

2. The universal global warming at the end of the Ice Age had dramatic effects on temperate regions of Asia, Europe, and North America. (TPO20-P2)

冰河时代末期全球普遍升温,这对亚洲、欧洲和北美洲的温带地区产生了巨大的影响。

3. Additional breathing changes occur during REM sleep that are even more dramatic than the changes that occur during NREM. (TPO24-P2)

发生在REM时期的多余的呼吸变化比发生在NREM时期的呼吸变化更显著。

4. Collectively, more species went extinct during smaller events that were less dramatic but more frequent. (TPO33-P3)

总体来说,很多较小的灭绝事件虽然不够引人注目,但是它们更为频繁,大部分物种就是因此而灭绝的。

5. They also know that dramatic reductions in traffic would hurt their bottom line. (TPO40-L4)

他们也知道交通量急剧缩减会触碰到他们的底线。

6. Archaeologist Donald Henry suggests that the combination of a rich habitat and sedentism (permanent, year-round settlement) led to a dramatic increase in human population.(TPO35-P2)

人类学家Donald Henry认为,物产富饶的居住地和定居主义(即永久的、全年的定居生活)的结合导致人类人口出现了爆发式的增长。

7. Oh, really? Nothing too dramatic, I hope. (TPO36-C1)

噢,真的吗?我希望没有什么太大的变动。

adj. 戏剧的

【TPO例句】

1. The dramatic devices used here weren’t actually anything new. (TPO7-L1)

这些戏剧性的发明并不是什么新鲜东西了。

2. True. But think about it, you are writing about dramatic arts, the theater, and that’s the nature of theater, isn’t it?(TPO17-C1)

对。但仔细想想的话,你论文主要写的是戏剧艺术,剧场以及剧场的本质,是吧?

3. So that many of the plays have both qualities: a serious dramatic side and comedic scenes with the clowns that break the drama. (TPO47-L1)

所以许多戏剧有两种特征:非常戏剧化的一面和有小丑的喜剧场景打破戏剧。

4. Wright's most dramatic residence, Fallingwater, has balconies that thrust far out over a stream in a way that seems to defy gravity.(TPO37-P3)

Wright的最富有戏剧化色彩的住所是Fallingwater,这个住所拥有一个悬于溪水之上的阳台,看起来就好像是克服了重力。

5. The dramatic literature of early periods is hugely influential in shaping later dramatic works.(TPO53-C1)

早期的戏剧文学对后期的戏剧作品有非常大的影响。

adj. 过于戏剧化的;矫揉造作的;不自然的

adj. 富有激情的;激动人心的

adj. (表演或表现)过于夸张的,惹人注目的