Definition of improvised in English:

improvised

Line breaks: im¦pro|vised
Pronunciation: /ˈɪmprəvʌɪzd
 
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adjective

1Created and performed spontaneously or without preparation; impromptu: an improvised short speech
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  • Students are encouraged to progress to developing their own choreography or improvised dance.
  • Learn more about different formations for improvised group dance.
  • Sahni was most impressed with him regaling the passengers with an uncanny ability to hold them with improvised speeches.
1.1Done or made using whatever is available; makeshift: we slept on improvised beds
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  • During the tour the commandos also discovered 320 improvised explosive devices.
  • The welfare state he fashioned in place of classic laissez-faire was largely improvised.
  • There was plenty of food on the improvised tables.

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