Advanced English Dictionary
(-bb-) to say sth in a speech or a performance that you have not prepared or practised
[V] The pair have often been known to abandon their script and begin ad libbing. + [VN] I lost my notes and had to ad lib the whole speech. + He ad libbed his way through the meeting.
ad lib noun: The speech was full of ad libs and witty asides.
ad lib adjective: an ad lib speech
ad lib adverb: She delivered her lines ad lib.
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