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haiku
American English: /ˈhaɪˌku/
British English: /ˈhʌɪkuː/

Translation of haiku in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • It tastes of deepening autumn and makes me long for one or two haiku [seventeen-syllable Japanese poems to capture the feeling.
    • He likened text message poetry to haikus, the ancient Japanese art of writing three-line poems.
    • This haiku (a 17 syllable epigrammatic verse) by one of Japan's greatest poets seems at first glance to have little to it.

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