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rhyme

noun
 
 
/raɪm/
[C] a word which has the same last sound as another word
押韻詞;同韻詞
Can you think of a rhyme for 'orange'?
你能想出一個和 orange 押韻的詞嗎?
Poetry
[C] a short poem, especially for young children
押韻詩;(尤指)兒歌
a book of rhymes and songs
一本押韻詩和歌曲集
→  See also nursery rhyme Poetry
[U] the use of rhymes in poetry
在詩中應用同韻詞;押韻
This poem is her first attempt at rhyme.
這首詩是她第一次嘗試寫的押韻詩。
Poetry
in rhyme 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
(詩歌)押韻
A lot of modern poetry is not written in rhyme.
很多現代詩不押韻。
Poetry
(Definition of rhyme noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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