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rhyme
raɪm
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. A piece of poetry.
  2. Correspondence in the sounds of two or more lines (especially final sounds).
(动) As a verb
  1. Compose rhymes.
  2. Be similar in sound, especially with respect to the last syllable.
Hyphenationrhyme
Part of Speech(名) noun, (动) verb
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yùnbeautiful sound; appeal; charm; vowel; rhyme; in Chinese phonetics, the medial and final sound of a syllable (i.e. excluding the initial consonant)
押韵yāyùnto rhyme; sometimes written 压韵
韵文yùnwénverse
作诗zuòshīto write poems
协韵xiéyùnto rhyme
叶韵xiéyùnto rhyme; also written 协韵
尾韵wěiyùnrhyme
同韵词tóng yùn cíwords with the same phonetic ending; rhyme
尾音wěiyīnfinal sound of a syllable; rhyme (e.g. in European languages)
韵脚yùnjiǎorhyming word ending a line of verse; rhyme
zhérut; track; rhyme; (dialect) way; method
韵母yùnmǔmedial and final of a Chinese syllable (excluding initial consonant and tone); the rhyming part of a Chinese syllable; rhyme; vowel; character used in traditional phonetics to indicate value of rhyme; final sound; phoneme
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