Improv



[im-prov] /ˈɪm prɒv/

noun, Informal.
1.
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/ˈɪmprɒv/
noun
1.
improvised performance, esp by a comedian
n.

1970 as colloquial shortening for improvisation. The New York City comedy club, founded in 1963, was, in full, The Improvisation.
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