scripted


scripted
scripted [{{t}}'skrɪptɪd]
adjective
(speech, interview etc) (dont le texte a été) écrit d'avance

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  • scripted — [[t]skrɪ̱ptɪd[/t]] ADJ: usu ADJ n A scripted speech has been written in advance, although the speaker may pretend that it is spoken without preparation. It s much easier to prepare scripted answers when a panel of journalists is asking the… …   English dictionary

  • scripted — UK [ˈskrɪptɪd] / US [ˈskrɪptəd] adjective something said or done that is scripted was planned before, and sometimes does not seem natural for that reason a few scripted jokes …   English dictionary

  • scripted — adjective Planned. It looked like a chance meeting but actually it had been carefully scripted, just so Tom could meet Jane …   Wiktionary

  • scripted — script|ed [ˈskrıptıd] adj a speech or broadcast that is scripted has been written down before it is read …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • scripted — adjective a speech or broadcast that is scripted has been written down before it is read …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • scripted — un·scripted; …   English syllables

  • scripted — adj. written in the form of a script, written as if for filming or broadcasting (of a text); programmed as a script (Computers) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • scripted — predicts …   Anagrams dictionary

  • scripted — /ˈskrɪptəd/ (say skriptuhd) adjective (of a speech, theatrical work, etc.) written out in full. Compare unscripted …   Australian English dictionary

  • scripted — adjective written as for a film or play or broadcast • Syn: ↑written • Ant: ↑unscripted …   Useful english dictionary

  • Scripted teaching — or scripted instruction refers to commercial reading programs that have highly structured lessons, often with specific time allotments for teaching specific skills, and often word for word scripts of what the teacher is to say. Scripted… …   Wikipedia


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