Definición de rhetorical en inglés:

rhetorical

Saltos de línea: rhet|oric¦al
Pronunciación: /rɪˈtɒrɪk(ə)l
 
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adjetivo

1Relating to or concerned with the art of rhetoric: repetition is a common rhetorical device
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  • Such an ambivalence would make for incoherence and would be hard to accept if we had here mere rhetorical devices and style recipes.
  • Yet isn't prosopopeia a rhetorical device that is found, as a matter of course, in all poetry?
  • Hamlet as a play is similarly preoccupied by slander, misrepresentation and selves fabricated from the nothings of rhetorical tropes.
Sinónimos
stylistic, oratorical, linguistic, verbal
1.1Expressed in terms intended to persuade or impress: the rhetorical commitment of the government to give priority to primary education
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  • In the second phase it will be necessary to be practical as well as rhetorical, to persuade as well as instruct.
  • But one has to be aware of the rhetorical value that these terms are going to have.
  • The bottom line is that the party maintains a rhetorical commitment to small government but tacitly admits that their cause is hopeless.
Sinónimos
2(Of a question) asked in order to produce an effect or to make a statement rather than to elicit information.
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  • It might be a rather petulant rhetorical question, or he might just be trying to keep me on the phone.
  • Kyle didn't offer him the time to answer the rather rhetorical question.
  • It was a statement, a rhetorical question, and just by looking at her he was sure that it had made her angry.

Origen

late Middle English (first used in the sense 'eloquently expressed'): via Latin from Greek rhētorikos (from rhētor 'rhetor') + -al.

Derivativos

rhetorically

adverbio
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  • First, rights rhetorically acknowledge what we fundamentally value.
  • The parallelism, while rhetorically effective, was also overly glib.
  • His stance also may have been influenced by a US retreat, at least rhetorically, from its war to eradicate coca leaf.

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