In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(unprepared)no ensayadowe had to do the last act unrehearsed — tuvimos que hacer el último acto sin haberlo ensayado (antes)
- All of the newcomers are subjected to this ritual of unrehearsed first performances and no map or directions of the theatre.
- This is due to lack of preparation, with rescue procedures often being implemented in an unplanned and unrehearsed manner and carried out by untrained and ill-equipped persons.
- The challenge for the actors was to ensure that the tightly-scripted dialogue flows as if it were completely casual and unrehearsed.
- And production-wise, the album's a bit sloppy and unrehearsed, as if the band could only pay for one run-through per song.
- Oh the nerve of this completely unrehearsed and unplanned outburst!
- This wasn't like a proper impromptu presentation - this looked unrehearsed, extempore.
- Next year, presumably, each conference will attempt to go one better by eliminating the speeches completely, replacing them instead with yet more examples of these entirely spontaneous outpourings of unrehearsed joy.
- While a CPR-certified physical therapist administered first aid backstage, the new lead couple quickly discussed their impending unrehearsed performance.
- Combining his role as a director and actor in unscripted, unrehearsed scenes can lead to some obvious complications.
- The raw, unrehearsed commentaries reveal the connotations that define particular types of music and the groups who identify with them.
- ‘He never liked to do anything unrehearsed, so when I did the line ‘I want to be your friend’, I reached up and touched him, which he had not expected,’ she says.
- Mulvey also has an insatiable appetite for collaboration, appearing on colleagues' recordings, or just stepping on stage with other artists to try something spontaneous, something unrehearsed.
- It's like an impromptu back-and-forth duet between lovers, all the more realistic for being unrehearsed and spontaneous.
- Of course, I made it worse by trying out unscripted and unrehearsed material.
- So there were good bits, and some quality singing and playing, but no real direction, and trying to do an obviously unrehearsed version of Heard It Through The Grapevine was a mistake.
- ‘No,’ he replied, sounding charmingly unrehearsed, given how many times he's probably been asked this question.
- It was obviously unrehearsed, but in its own way it sounded as contrived as his announcement a couple of days earlier of his marriage proposal to the unfortunate Ms Holmes on the Eiffel Tower.
- If any candidate for our nation's highest office can't handle unrehearsed questions from the electorate, they have no business being there.
- The defining characteristic of this highly profitable format is unrehearsed, unscripted moments of real life played out before, and captured by, a video camera.
- And administrators are professors too, with classes unscheduled, unrehearsed, tutoring available at all times, and very agreeable office hours.
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