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rhyme

noun
 
 
/raɪm/
POEM [C] a short poem that has words that rhyme at the end of each line
wierszyk, rymowanka
PoetryTypes of film, play, book etc.
STYLE [U] a style of writing or speaking that uses words which rhyme
rym, wiersz
The story was written entirely in rhyme.PoetryTypes of film, play, book etc.
WORD [C] a word that rhymes with another word
rym
→  See also nursery rhyme Poetry
Translations of “rhyme”
in Korean 운문, 운…
in Arabic قَصيدة مُقَّفاة, قافِية…
in French vers, poème, rime…
in Italian rima…
in Chinese (Traditional) 押韻詞, 同韻詞, 押韻詩…
in Russian стишок, стихи, рифма…
in Turkish kafiyeli kısa şiir, kafiyeli konuşma/yazma, kafiye…
in Spanish poema, rima…
in Portuguese rima…
in German der Reim…
in Catalan rima…
in Japanese 押韻詩, 韻文, 韻…
in Chinese (Simplified) 押韵词, 同韵词, 押韵诗…
(Definition of rhyme noun from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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