sketch

  • 1 sketch — [ skɛtʃ ] n. m. • 1879; mot angl., proprt « esquisse » ♦ Courte scène, généralement comique et rapide, parfois improvisée, interprétée par un nombre restreint d acteurs. ⇒ saynète. Des sketchs ou des sketches. Il « fit représenter de petits… …

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  • 2 Sketch — may refer to:Drawing and other visual arts * Sketch (drawing), a drawing or other composition that is not intended as a finished work, but a preliminary exploration. * SketchUp, a 3D modeling program. * iSketch, an online drawing game. * Sketch… …

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  • 3 sketch — n 1 outline, diagram, delineation, draft, tracing, plot, blueprint (see under SKETCH vb) Analogous words: design, plot, *plan, scheme, project: *chart, map 2 précis, aperçu, *compendium, syllabus, digest, pandect, survey sketch vb Sketch, outline …

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  • 4 Sketch — Sketch, n. [D. schets, fr. It. schizzo a sketch, a splash (whence also F. esquisse; cf. {Esquisse}.); cf. It. schizzare to splash, to sketch.] An outline or general delineation of anything; a first rough or incomplete draught or plan of any… …

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  • 5 Sketch — Sm Darbietung einer pointierten Kurzszene erw. fach. (20. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus ne. sketch, eigentlich Entwurf, Studie , dieses wohl aus nndl. schets Entwurf , aus it. schizzo, eigentlich Spritzer , für das man lautnachahmenden Ursprung… …

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  • 6 sketch — sketch·er; sketch·i·ly; sketch·i·ness; sketch; …

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  • 7 Sketch — Sketch, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Sketched}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Sketching}.] [Cf D. schetsen, It. schizzare. See {Sketch}, n.] 1. To draw the outline or chief features of; to make a rought of. [1913 Webster] 2. To plan or describe by giving the… …

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  • 8 sketch — [skech] n. [earlier schitz < Du schets < It schizzo < L schedium, extempore poem < Gr schedios, extempore, sudden < schein, to hold: see SCHEME] 1. a simple, rough drawing or design, done rapidly and without much detail 2. a brief… …

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  • 9 Sketch — Sketch, v. i. To make sketches, as of landscapes. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 10 Sketch — [skɛtʃ] der; [es], Plur. e[s] od. s, auch Sk’etsch der; [es], e <aus gleichbed. engl. sketch, eigtl. »Skizze; Stegreifstudie«, dies über niederl. schets »Entwurf« aus it. schizzo, vgl. ↑Skizze> kurze, effektvolle Bühnenszene mit meist… …

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  • 11 sketch — rough drawing intended to serve as the bases for a finished picture, 1660s, from Du. schets, from It. schizzo sketch, drawing, lit. a splash, squirt, from schizzare to splash or squirt, of uncertain origin, perhaps from L. schedium an… …

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  • 12 Sketch — Sketch: Die Bezeichnung für eine besonders im Kabarett oder Varieté aufgeführte kurze, effektvolle Szene mit Schlusspointe wurde im 19. Jh. aus gleichbed. engl. sketch (eigentlich »Skizze; Entwurf; Stegreifstudie«) entlehnt, das seinerseits aus… …

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  • 13 sketch — [n] drawing, outline account, adumbration, aperçu, blueprint, cartoon, chart, compendium, configuration, copy, delineation, depiction, description, design, diagram, digest, doodle, draft, figuration, figure, form, illustration, likeness,… …

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  • 14 sketch — sb., en, er el. sketch, e(r)ne (meget kort, humoristisk skuespil) …

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  • 15 sketch — ► NOUN 1) a rough or unfinished drawing or painting. 2) a short humorous play or performance. 3) a brief written or spoken account or description. ► VERB 1) make a sketch of. 2) give a brief account or general outline of. DERIVA …

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  • 16 Sketch — (engl., spr. ßkettsch), Skizze …

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  • 17 sketch — index abridge (shorten), abridgment (condensation), blueprint, brief, capsule, contour (outline) …

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  • 18 Sketch — betyder egentlig skitse, men bruges om en kort, vittig enakte med uventet slutpointe …

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  • 19 sketch — s.m.inv. ES ingl. {{wmetafile0}} breve scena o dialogo teatrale, radiofonico o televisivo di carattere comico, di solito con un finale a sorpresa; scenetta {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: 1905. ETIMO: dall ol. schets, dall it. schizzo …

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  • 20 Sketch — [skɛtʃ] der; es, e / es; eine kurze witzige Szene auf der Bühne, im Fernsehen o.Ä …

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