- droevig, aangrijpend
- suitable to or characteristic of drama
"a dramatic entrance in a swirling cape"
"a dramatic rescue at sea"
- mbt. Toneel
- pertaining to or characteristic of drama
- used of a singer or singing voice that is marked by power and expressiveness and a histrionic or theatrical style
"a dramatic tenor"
"a dramatic soprano"
- Stop being so dramatic.
- Don't be so dramatic.
- You're so dramatic.
- He won a dramatic success.
- Medical science has made a dramatic advance.
- Don't take that dramatic attitude all of a sudden.
- The torture had dramatic consequences on his personality.
- The story of Tom and Mary's relationships is full of dramatic events.
- The events that led up to her present fame are quite dramatic.
- In music or speaking, a pause is frequently used for dramatic effect.
- Don’t try to make dramatic changes to your diet all at once.
- By the end of the century, the earth will have experienced a dramatic increase in temperature.
- I am quite worried about how resilient the Gulf of Mexico is. She's had some pretty dramatic traumas, and I'm worried how much the ecosystem can actually tolerate.
- Such treatment has dramatic economic consequences.
- The restructuring plan also planned a dramatic increase of the ship conversion activities after 1998.