Dramality

(noun), dramatic + reality
шутл. печальная действительность

Англо-русский словарь. Современные тенденции в словообразовании. Контаминанты. — М. : Флинта : Наука. . 2009.

Смотреть что такое "Dramality" в других словарях:

  • dramality — (dram.AL.uh.tee) n. A television show or series that includes elements of both drama and reality programming. adj. Example Citation: As crack TV s popularity spreads, so does the dueling punditry over whether it s a brilliant new form of… …   New words

  • dramality — /drəˈmæləti/ (say druh maluhtee) noun a television show or series that combines elements of scripted drama with the unscripted actuality of a reality show. {blend of drama and reality} …   Australian English dictionary

  • Television — actorvist adrenaline television appointment television backstory baked potato barking head begathon …   New words

  • adrenaline television — (uh.DREN.uh.lin TEL.uh.vizh.un) n. A live television broadcast of a dramatic event. Example Citation: For several gripping hours on Tuesday afternoon, the Colorado school siege provided cable news networks with adrenaline television students… …   New words

  • appointment television — (uh.POYNT.munt TEL.uh.vizh.un) n. Television programming for which one sets aside time to watch, either live or on videotape. Example Citation: The Osbournes has become part of it. So has the tough cop drama, The Shield. And a growing number of… …   New words

  • celebreality — (suh.LEB.ree.al.uh.tee) n. The real life of a celebrity; a TV show format in which one or more celebrities participate in real life situations. Also: celeb reality, celeb reality. Example Citation: Celebreality, the junk genre du jour, turns the… …   New words

  • comfort TV — (KUM.furt tee.vee) n. Television programs with unsophisticated or homespun themes that comfort or provide solace. Example Citation: But by mid September, the Condit story was a faint memory. Comfort TV, fed by nostalgia for more innocent times,… …   New words

  • irritainment — (eer.uh.TAYN.munt) n. Entertainment and media spectacles that are both annoying and compulsively watchable. Example Citation: Jim Sinclair, assistant manager of the Minnesota State Fair, St. Paul, explained how to treat food and beverage… …   New words

  • peeping-Tom TV — n. Reality television shows, particularly shows that focus on the personal lives of ordinary people. Example Citation: In days of yore, or at least in days of lore, beautiful young things who wanted a break in show business might be asked to… …   New words

  • slackcom — n. A situation comedy in which the main characters are slackers. Also: slack com. Example Citation: Filming for a pilot TV show that could lead to a new comedy drama set in Bath becoming a fixture on our screens begins today. ... And the working… …   New words

  • stunt programming — (STUNT proh.gra.ming) n. Controversial, extravagant, or gimmicky television shows designed to boost a network s ratings. stunt program n. Example Citations: The sweeps system, which originated in radio, has been around for almost fifty years, and …   New words

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