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Turkish translation of “rhythm”

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rhythm

noun [C, U]
 
 
/ˈrɪðəm/
B2 a regular, repeating pattern of sound
ritim, uyum, ahenk
You need a sense of rhythm to be a good dancer.Technical music terms
rhythmic
 
 
/ˈrɪðmɪk/ adjective
with rhythm
ritmik, uyumlu, ahenkli
Technical music terms
rhythmically adverb
ritmik bir şekilde
Translations of “rhythm”
in Korean 리듬…
in Arabic إيقاع…
in French rythme…
in Italian ritmo…
in Chinese (Traditional) (音樂、詩歌和舞蹈的)節奏,韻律,節律, 規則的運動, (動作的)節奏…
in Russian ритм…
in Polish rytm…
in Spanish ritmo…
in Portuguese ritmo…
in German der Rhythmus…
in Catalan ritme…
in Japanese リズム…
in Chinese (Simplified) (音乐、诗歌和舞蹈的)节奏,韵律,节律, 规则的运动, (动作的)节奏…
(Definition of rhythm from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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