Significado de “rhyme” - Diccionario inglés

rhyme en inglés británico

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rhymeverb [ I or T ]

uk /raɪm/ us /raɪm/

C2 Words that rhyme have the same last sound:

"Blue" and "flew" rhyme.
Can you think of a word that rhymes with "orange"?

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  • 'Bat and 'cat' rhyme.
  • 'Side' and 'hide' rhyme.
  • 'Hit' and 'sit' rhyme.

rhymenoun

uk /raɪm/ us /raɪm/

[ C ] a word that has the same last sound as another word:

Can you think of a rhyme for "orange"?

C2 [ C ] a short poem, especially for young children:

a book of rhymes and songs
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C2 [ U ] the use of rhymes in poetry:

This poem is her first attempt at rhyme.
in rhyme

C2 written as a poem so that the word at the end of a line has the same last sound as a word at the end of another line:

A lot of modern poetry is not written in rhyme.

[ C ] specialized also rime phonetics the vowel in the middle of a syllable, and any sounds after it in the syllable

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(Definición de rhyme de Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

rhyme en inglés americano

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rhymeverb [ I/T ]

us /rɑɪm/

literature (of words) to have the same final sound, or to use words that have the same final sound:

[ I ] "Love" and "above" rhyme.

rhymenoun [ C/U ]

us /rɑɪm/

literature two or more words with the same final sound, or the use of such words, esp. at the ends of lines in a poem or song:

[ C ] Can you think of a rhyme for "orange"?
[ U ] She does not use rhyme in her poems.

(Definición de rhyme de Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)