The church organist may improvise on a ground bass.
He improvised a song about the football team’s victory.
We improvised a tent out of two blankets and some long poles.
I improvised a costume for myself out of an old blue dress.
He was a composer of songs and a wonderful conductor, a man who could improvise lines on the moment.
It's all improvised. It's very funny.
We can change it. We can...we can improvise.
我们可以改，我们可以… … 我们可以随机应变。
And that's what hip-hop does, is improvise.
I improvised it, because I couldn't finish it.
I improvised like you wanted without my map.
So Johnson and his family improvised.
The chefs at InStock improvise with whatever they get.
The actors improvised a scene based on an audience suggestion.
I didn't think this unusual. Improvising was routine for me.
Most soldiers are wounded by improvised explosive devices, or IEDs.
Mine I must improvise to his because of his great size.
In fact, nearly everything that he did on screen was improvised.
I improvised four verses, literally in a minute and a half.
Finding those is hard-like composing music, or improvising jazz.
And then what they do is go off and improvise on that.
Attackers on a motorbike hurled an improvised bomb into a church service.
But with a little improvising, they got to meet their newborn great grandson.
An improvised explosive device or IED cut through the vehicle Anderson was driving.
Either way, having an improvised car sick bag can save you from a disaster.
Outside Amiens, British and Australian troops improvise a defence, and finally halt the German advance.