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verse

noun
 
 
/vɜːs/ US  /vɝːs/
[U] writing which is arranged in short lines with a regular rhythm; poetry
詩;詩歌;韻文
comic/light/satirical verse
打油/諧趣/諷刺詩
Shakespeare wrote mostly in verse.
莎士比亞主要用韻文來寫作。
Poetry
[C] one of the parts into which a poem or song is divided
詩節;(歌曲的)節
Each verse was sung as a solo and then everyone joined in on the chorus.
每一節都以獨唱形式演唱,然後所有人一同合唱。
PoetryTypes of songs
[C] one of the series of short parts into which the writing of a holy book is divided
(宗教聖書的)節
She recited a verse from the Bible/the Koran.
她背誦了《聖經》/《可蘭經》裡的一節。
The Bible - people, events and places
(Definition of verse from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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