narrative
Pronunciation
  • (RP) IPA: /ˈnæɹətɪv/
  • (America, non-Mary-marry-merry) IPA: /ˈnæɹətɪv/
  • (America, Mary-marry-merry) IPA: /ˈnɛɹətɪv/
Adjective

narrative

  1. Telling a story.
  2. Overly talkative; garrulous.
    • Alexander Pope
      But wise through time, and narrative with age.
  3. Of or relating to narration.
    the narrative thrust of a film
Translations
  • French: narratif
  • German: erzählend, erzählerisch, in erzählender Form darlegend
  • Russian: повествова́тельный
  • Spanish: narrativo
Translations
  • Russian: разгово́рчивый
Translations
  • Spanish: narrativo
Noun

narrative

  1. The systematic recitation of an event or series of events.
  2. That which is narrated.
  3. A representation of an event or story.
  4. (creative writing) A manner of conveying a story, fictional or otherwise, in a body of work.
    ''The plot is full of holes, but the narrative is extremely compelling.
Related terms Translations Translations Translations
  • Russian: изложе́ние факт
Translations
  • Russian: повествова́ние



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