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genrenoun [C]

us   /ˈʒɑn·rə, ˈʒɑ̃·rə/
art, literature, music a particular subject or style of literature, art, or music: the genre of landscape painting
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Translations of “genre”
in Spanish gelatina, género…
in Vietnamese thể loại…
in Malaysian genre…
in Thai ประเภท…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指艺术的)风格,类型,体裁…
in Turkish (sanat, yazı) çeşit, tür…
in Russian жанр…
in Indonesian genre…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指藝術的)風格,類型,體裁…
in Polish gatunek…
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