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fictionalize

fik shuh nuh lahyz

  • v  make into fiction
    The writer fictionalized the lives of his parents in his latest novel
  • v  convert into the form or the style of a novel

  • Unless we buy the rights to everyone's story, we have to fictionalize and condense.
  • Or, the producers will fictionalize an incident where they couldn't catch the bad guys because they weren't allowed to snoop on all of the phone lines, all of the time, because of .
  • He gravely quotes Elie Wiesel on how Auschwitz negates any attempt to fictionalize it, and then includes fictional scenes of the Holocaust.
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  • President Roh in Korea Herald (subscription)
    Everything in the movie is based on things which happened in reality but one of the difficulties in making the film was navigating through the legal issues. We were forced to fictionalize things which were actually real. Even with the montage we... Brian De Palma http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_De_Palma&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNG_Q41AQP7RmTe-GlWMxiYnIdoqzA Variety http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117971233.html%3Fcategoryid%3D13&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEnetPCMtsHLBoElttz6O7RnzuloA Sep 3, 2007 37207 48076 fictionalize In an elevated show of his resentment towards the press, Roh said at the Cabinet meeting, Report to me whether it has become a custom for reporters to collude and fictionalize press releases instead of reporting the facts as they are."

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