- 1.1 uncountable or countable/no numerable o numerable (correspondence of sound) rima (feminine) rhyme or reason (usually negative/generalmente negativo) without rhyme or reason sin ton ni son there's no rhyme or reason to the decision la decisión no tiene ni pies ni cabezaMore example sentences1.2 countable/numerable (word) can you think of a rhyme for 'mansion'? ¿se te ocurre una palabra que rime con 'mansión'? 1.3 countable/numerable (poem) rima (feminine), poema (masculine)
More example sentences1.4 uncountable/no numerable (rhymed verse) verso (masculine) (en rima) in rhyme en verso
- The whole text, containing 114 chapters or surahs, with a total of 6,236 verses, thus has a lattice structure which connects every word with every other word by rhythm, rhyme and meaning.
- His speciality is ‘chatting’ - rhythm and rhyme in words spoken very fast over the top of garage or drum ‘n’ bass music.
- Through a series of linked sequences the programmes encourage the exploration of the sounds of words, the feel of rhythm and rhyme and the enjoyment of conversation and stories.
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- Like ballads, libellous rhymes and verses were intended for circulation across oral, scribal, and printed media.
- Words in poems or rhymes that sound the same but look different can be confusing for young children.
- Razzledazzle is a new literacy series from CBeebies where children and presenters play games, enjoy poems, rhymes and rhythms, sing and dance - and invite those at home to join in the fun.
- The translation is partly in free verse and partly in rhyme.
- The artists built the city of Boston on stage, and I wrote a kind of heroic Shakespearean text in blank verse and rhyme (which two characters recited) about the city's history.
- Answer everyone in rhyme, to make heroic couplets.
- 1.1 (form a rhyme) to rhyme (
withsth) rimar ( conalgo) rhyming couplets versos (masculine plural) pareadosMore example sentences1.2 (write verse) [literary/literario] escribir* rimas
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- Make up a line… make up another line, making sure that the last word rhymes with the previous last word, and ensure that the entire lyric is damn near meaningless.
- Orange will again become the word no other word rhymes with rather than the penultimate beacon of national anxiety.
- Couplets contain two lines with ending words rhyming.
- ‘We talked and rhymed and wrote silly poems,’ Alex said with a sigh.
- Since reggae had not yet attained great popularity in New York, Herc adapted his style by rhyming over the instrumental or percussion sections of the popular songs of that era.
- For some, hip-hop theater is a new form that brings the primary elements of hip-hop culture - rhyming, deejaying, graffiti art and dance - onto the proscenium stage.
- rimar rhymed verse verso (masculine) rimado