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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’.
noun   /raɪm/
a short poem that has words that rhyme at the end of each line rima
a word that rhymes with another word rima
(Definition of rhyme from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

rhyme

noun /raim/
a short poem poema a book of rhymes for children.
a word which is like another in its final sound(s) rima ’Beef’ and leaf are rhymes.
verse or poetry using such words at the ends of the lines rima To amuse his colleagues he wrote his report in rhyme.
(Definition of rhyme from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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