- v.临时拼凑; 即兴演奏（improvise 的过去式及过去分词）
Uncle Richard intoned a chapter from the Bible and improvised a prayer.
The vet had improvised a harness.
He improvised a song about the football team's victory.
He improvised a poem at the evening party.
The pianist improvised an accompaniment to the song.
Writing - rooms , smoking - rooms , dining - rooms , all the customary facilities, were improvised and primitive.
办公室 、 吸烟室 、 饭厅 以及 所用常用的设备都是因陋就简.
They just basked in his reflected glory and improvised somewhat.
On her right hand she had what looked like an improvised glove.
He improvised a bookcase out of crates.
Christine regarded the improvised bank draft doubtfully.
New forces had to be brought through Hungary from the north. All had to be improvised.
We shook down a straw mattress as an improvised bed.
Improvised stalls offer the hundred delicious specialities of Morroccan cuisine.
Mike improvised a new verse for the school song atthe football game.
An improvised platform was set up in the square.
1. done or made using whatever is available;
"crossed the river on improvised bridges"
"the survivors used jury-rigged fishing gear"
"the rock served as a makeshift hammer"