Traducción de extempore en Español:


de manera improvisada, adv.

Pronunciación /ɪkˈstɛmp(ə)ri//ɛkˈstɛmpəri//ɛkˈstɛmp(ə)ri//ɪkˈstɛmpəri/


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    de manera improvisada
    • The Prime Minister seemed to be in a very enthusiastic and positive mood as he spoke extempore for about 20 minutes.
    • Their worship is spontaneous, with emphasis on extempore prayer, believer's baptism, and the Lord's supper.
    • Their extempore skills, general knowledge and other talents were brushed up to match the level of other participants.
    • Every Thursday, the school organises competitions in areas such as recitation, extempore speech, quiz, map pointing, declamation and prepared talk.
    • First up were the talents of the award-winning extempore duo and they dazzled the crowd with their improvisational skills and stinging repartee.
    • In any event, it was a bravura performance, a long extempore speech, apparently pulled out of thin air.
    • From a reader of speeches, she started speaking extempore.
    • ‘Most of the teachers congratulated me, as they considered it one of the best extempore presentations,’ he discloses.
    • Like politicians, almost everything they said was designed to enhance their public image while appearing extempore and sincere.
    • Was language invented extempore, or gradually developed from grunts and screeches?
    • This is followed by a one-minute extempore speech on a topic given by the company.
    • Some of them knew how to cast a spell on their audience by delivering a speech extempore.
    • The original kayak, though, was an amazing piece of extempore engineering.
    • Throughout, John and his giant puppets kept the audience involved, giving the street play an extempore feel.
    • The students were later given extempore topics for presentation.
    • This wasn't like a proper impromptu presentation - this looked unrehearsed, extempore.
    • She was quite prepared to speak extempore for an hour, when well in her seventies.
    • Both have appeals that transcend party loyalty, and both are brilliant extempore speakers who, at their best, hardly sound like politicians at all.
    • The practice generally is - apart, perhaps, from the extempore decisions in the Magistrates' Courts - for judges to impose sentences which are reasoned and reasonable.
    • Thus from the same date or a little later we find ‘voluntary’ used for any extempore performance on any instrument.


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