dramatize, dramatise, adopt(verb)
put into dramatic form
"adopt a book for a screenplay"
follow, adopt, sweep up, aggrandise, dramatize, take on, acquire, aggrandize, assume, blow up, take in, embroider, embrace, take up, embellish, lard, take, take over, dramatise, borrow, pad, espouse
represent something in a dramatic manner
"These events dramatize the lack of social responsibility among today's youth"
embroider, pad, lard, embellish, aggrandize, aggrandise, blow up, dramatize, dramatise(verb)
add details to
broider, go ballistic, decorate, puff out, detonate, adopt, trudge, have kittens, ornament, slog, embroider, deck, fill out, inflate, puff, lose one's temper, beautify, hit the roof, explode, plod, combust, flip one's lid, flip one's wig, magnify, expand, prettify, amplify, adorn, pad, embellish, lard, fly off the handle, set off, footslog, blow a fuse, enlarge, hit the ceiling, blow up, aggrandise, have a fit, dramatise, tramp, grace, throw a fit, aggrandize, bolster, dramatize, blow one's stack, fancify, puff up
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