Translation of extemporaneous in Spanish:


improvisado, adj.


Pronunciation /ɪkˌstɛmpəˈreɪnɪəs//ɪkˌstɛmpəˈreɪniəs//ɛkˌstɛmpəˈreɪnɪəs/



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    • The former calypso monarch is widely regarded as a superb showman, one of the best at extemporaneous renditions while onstage.
    • Articulate, educated, intelligent readers of mine: Are all your extemporaneous jokes marvels of perfect word choice?
    • The manuscript should resemble an extemporaneous speech with short, relatively simple sentences and paragraphs, personal pronouns and occasional colloquialisms.
    • I wonder why I never went into improv or extemporaneous speaking.
    • Cable news is a live and extemporaneous medium built around talk.
    • At one time or another I also participated in extemporaneous speaking, poetry and prose reading, and in a particular lapse of sanity, number sense.
    • It was an extemporaneous act with a lot of free association and politics.
    • This paper is based on the transcript of a largely extemporaneous keynote address given at the Web-Wise 2002 Conference at Johns Hopkins University.
    • I particularly like the more extemporaneous remarks that he made afterwards.
    • I said that his big problem is that he's just not very good at extemporaneous speaking.
    • He departed from traditional European norms by privileging the extemporaneous sermon over the scripted delivery.
    • Where common knowledge is extensive and scripting slight, there is deep improvisation; as in a rare, lively and extemporaneous debate in a social studies classroom.
    • Does it happen in extemporaneous speech as well as in reading?
    • The ‘facts’ in this matter are that Clark made an extemporaneous statement on television that has been widely interpreted incorrectly.
    • When pressed for some favorite locations, Murdoch begins a long litany that is both incredibly informed and casually extemporaneous.
    • Teaching judo cannot be impromptu or extemporaneous.
    • His delivery is so smooth that it appears extemporaneous, but his analyses and the provocative bombs he drops hit with such precision that he played this tune before.
    • In the old days, legislators delivered long-winded, convoluted, extemporaneous speeches from the floor.
    • And more broadly, very few people can be relied on being constantly elegant, or even constantly grammatically correct, in extended extemporaneous commentary.
    • The clergy kept the crowd interested with holiday stories and a brief, extemporaneous worship service.