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Definición de “theme” en inglés

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themenoun [C]

uk   us   /θiːm/

theme noun [C] (MAIN SUBJECT)

B2 the main subject of a talk, book, film, etc.: The theme of loss runs through most of his novels.
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theme noun [C] (TUNE)

a song or tune that is played several times in a film, etc. and represents a character, situation, etc.: a theme song/tune specialized music a short, simple tune on which a piece of music is basedtheme and variation a musical form in which a theme is played and then repeated several times with small changes
Traducciones de “theme”
en árabe مَوْضوع…
en coreano 주제…
in Malaysian tema…
en francés sujet, thème…
en turco tema, konu…
en italiano soggetto…
en chino (tradicionál) 主題, (談話、書籍、電影等的)題目,主題…
en ruso тема…
en polaco temat…
in Vietnamese chủ đề…
en español tema, asunto…
en portugués tema…
in Thai หัวข้อ, ส่วนของบทเพลง ท่อนซ้ำ…
en alemán das Thema…
en catalán tema…
en japonés テーマ, 主題, 論題…
in Indonesian tema…
en chino (simplificado) 主题, (谈话、书籍、电影等的)题目,主题…
(Definition of theme from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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