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rhyme

verb
 
/raɪm/ ( present participle rhyming, past tense and past participle rhymed)
If a word rhymes with another word, the end part of the words sound the same.
rimar
‘Moon’ rhymes with ‘June’.
Translations of “rhyme”
in Korean 운이 맞다…
in Arabic يَتَطابَق في القافِية…
in Catalan rimar…
in Japanese 韻を踏む, 押韻する…
in Italian fare rima…
in Chinese (Traditional) 押韻, 成韻, 和…同韻…
in Russian рифмовать(ся)…
in Turkish kafiyeli olmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 押韵, 成韵, 和…同韵…
in Polish rymować się…
(Definition of rhyme verb from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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