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rhythm

noun /ˈriðəm/
a regular, repeated pattern of sounds, stresses or beats in music, poetry etc
ritmo
Just listen to the rhythm of those drums complicated rhythms.
a regular, repeated pattern of movements
ritmo
The rowers lost their rhythm.
an ability to sing, move etc with rhythm
ritmo
That girl has got rhythm.
rhythmic adjective ( rhythmical) of or with rhythm
rítmico
rhythmic movement The dancing was very rhythmical.
rhythmically adverb
rítmicamente
a rhythmically complex piece of music.
(Definition of rhythm from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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