improv

[im-prov]
noun Informal.

Origin:
by shortening

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improv (ˈɪmprɒv)
 
n
improvisational comedy

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improv
improvisation
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Example sentences
Tom alone is a supremely confident artist, a master of improv.
Targeted outreach to talented bloggers, improv performers, and stand-ups would help widen the field of applicants.
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