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dramatic

  

      adj  
1    of or relating to drama  
2    like a drama in suddenness, emotional impact, etc.  
3    striking; effective  
4    acting or performed in a flamboyant way  
5      (Music)   (of a voice) powerful and marked by histrionic quality  
  dramatically      adv  


dramatic irony  
      n     (Theatre)   the irony occurring when the implications of a situation, speech, etc., are understood by the audience but not by the characters in the play  
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v.
To change something into something better
Fanute the apartment into a house. Jesus can fanute water into wine.
exp.
expression meaning "things never change"
exp.
When something is 'in the air', it means something exciting or significant is taking place or about to happen. Ex.: Spring is in the air - it's time for change!
n.
a website that did not undergo any change for a long period of time
[Comp.];[Slang]
n.
the point where a minor change turns into a major and irreversible one
[Bus.] E.g. : Some have anticipated that social media would be the tipping point of web marketing.
n.
means a different approach or a welcome change to something. Ex.: anna has lots of wonderful ideas and motivation - she is a breath of fresh air.
[Fig.]
exp.
expression used for warning that, although something seems to be over, settled, new events that could change the situation may occur
syn.: "it ain't over till it's over"
exp.
keep informed of changes
"Please, keep me posted on your project`s progress."
n.
is a test process that is performed after the software has been changed in order to verify if the changes didn't affect other software parts

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