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rhythm section

noun [C usually singular] uk   us  
the instruments in a dance or jazz group that give a strong beat to the music: The drums and double bass usually form the rhythm section of a jazz group.
Translations of “rhythm section”
in Chinese (Traditional) (樂團的)節奏樂器組…
in Chinese (Simplified) (乐团的)节奏乐器组…
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