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[im-pruh-vahyz] /ˈɪm prəˌvaɪz/ verb (used with object), improvised, improvising. 1. to compose and perform or deliver without previous preparation; extemporize: to improvise an acceptance speech. 2. to compose, play, recite, or sing (verse, music, etc.) on the spur of the moment. 3. to make, provide, or arrange from whatever materials are readily available: We improvised […]
[eem-prawv-vee-zah-taw-re] /ˌim prɔvˌvi zɑˈtɔ rɛ/ noun, plural improvvisatori [eem-prawv-vee-zah-taw-ree] /ˌim prɔvˌvi zɑˈtɔ ri/ (Show IPA). Italian. 1. an improvisator, especially a person who extemporizes verse.
[im-prood-nt] /ɪmˈprud nt/ adjective 1. not prudent; lacking discretion; incautious; rash. /ɪmˈpruːdənt/ adjective 1. not prudent; rash, heedless, or indiscreet n. early 15c., “quality of rashness or heedlessness; imprudent act,” from Latin imprudentia “lack of foresight, inconsiderateness, ignorance, inadvertence,” noun of quality from imprudens (see imprudent). adj. late 14c., from Latin imprudentem (nominative imprudens) “not […]
[im-prood-nt] /ɪmˈprud nt/ adjective 1. not prudent; lacking discretion; incautious; rash. /ɪmˈpruːdənt/ adjective 1. not prudent; rash, heedless, or indiscreet adj. late 14c., from Latin imprudentem (nominative imprudens) “not foreseeing, unaware, inconsiderate, heedless,” from assimilated form of in- “not, opposite of” (see in- (1)) + prudens, contraction of providens, present participle of providere “to provide,” […]