- v put into dramatic form
- v represent something in a dramatic manner
- v add details to
- Oscar Tabarez in Sportinglife.com
Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez said: "It seems every time there is a slight coincidence of any sort we start to dramatise things. We have nothing to do with refereeing - they are like a player and they can do well or do badly, we don't have any...
- Bernd Schuster in Malvern Gazette
When asked for his opinion on Robinho's declaration about wanting to quit Madrid and join Chelsea, Schuster added: "I expected him to make them before. I don't think we should over-dramatise it all, there are more important things for us right now."
- Gesine Schwan in AFP
In the current crisis we should not dramatise things or fan fears, but neither should we mask the reality,the centre-left Schwan said.