Definición de iambic en inglés:

iambic

Silabificación: i·am·bic
Pronunciación: /īˈambik
 
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adjetivo

Prosody
Of or using iambs: iambic pentameters
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It was translated into English iambic pentameter with rhymed couplets.
  • The most striking feature of Yes is undoubtedly the language that varies from rhyming couplets to iambic pentameter.
  • Growing in confidence, we then moved on to iambic pentameters and Clerihews.

sustantivo

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1Iambic verse as a genre.
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  • A drunk, a brawler, a pathetic lover, Hipponax invented the ‘limping iambic, also known as the scazon.’
  • It can't just be a line of iambic, or a nineteen-line villanelle.
  • While still at school he translated Euripides Medea from Greek into Latin iambics.
1.1 (iambics) Iambic verse.
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  • She will slip from dactyls to iambics, pentameter to trimeter, quatrains to sestets.
  • ‘The Beautiful Changes’ consists of three six-line stanzas in loose iambics with an anapestic lilt.
  • There is often a meandering discursivity in the rhythm and content of Prynne's fractured iambics.

Origen

mid 16th century: from French iambique, via late Latin from Greek iambikos, from iambos (see iambus).

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