English version

high drama/adventure

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhigh drama/adventurehigh drama/adventureEXCITEDvery exciting events or situations a life with moments of high drama high
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high drama/adventureThe movie is full of grandeur and high adventure.But what a chance for high adventure!They refused to yield against awkward opponents, on a difficult pitch, in a match of high drama and controversial incidents.The high drama at the Fed involves its decisions on interest rates and the money supply.But now, along with high drama, diners at Checkers can enjoy a lighter menu.The problem is even more severe with the natural world, where the ratio of observable high drama is much lower.Any high drama that remains is found deep in technical working party country.Thus ended an episode of high drama, the excitement of which tends to distort its significance.But Merseyside and Manchester both proved last week that it is possible to concoct high drama without substituting motivation for mutilation.
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