简明英汉词典

rhythm
[5riTEm, 5riWEm]
n.
节奏, 韵律

美国传统词典[双解]

rhythm
rhythm
AHD:[r1Y“…m]
D.J.[6riH*m]
K.K.[6r!H*m]
n.(名词)

(1)

Movement or variation characterized by the regular recurrence or alternation of different quantities or conditions:
节奏,律动:以规律性重现或不同数量或状态的改变为特点的运动或变奏:
the rhythm of the tides.
潮汐的循环

(2)

The patterned, recurring alternations of contrasting elements of sound or speech.
有规律的变动:声音或演讲的对比元素有格式的,重现的改变

(3)

Music
【音乐】

(4)

A regular pattern formed by a series of notes of differing duration and stress.
格律,韵律:由一系列不同持续时间及重音的音调形成的有规律的形式

(5)

A specific kind of such a pattern:
节拍:这种形式的某一具体类型:
a waltz rhythm.
华尔兹节奏

(6)

A group of instruments supplying the rhythm in a band.
节拍乐器:乐队中提供这种韵律的一组设备

(7)

The pattern or flow of sound created by the arrangement of stressed and unstressed syllables in accentual verse or of long and short syllables in quantitative verse.
韵律:重音韵文中重读与非重读音节排列造成的声音形式或声流,或由数量长短为基准的韵文中长短音节的排列造成的声音形式或声流

(8)

The similar but less formal sequence of sounds in prose.
格律:散文中与音调类似但不那么正式的顺序

(9)

A specific kind of metrical pattern or flow:
格律,韵律:特定的韵律形式或声流:
iambic rhythm.
抑扬格韵律

(10)

The sense of temporal development created in a work of literature or a film by the arrangement of formal elements such as the length of scenes, the nature and amount of dialogue, or the repetition of motifs.
调和:由正式成分,例如布景长度,对话性质和数量及主旨的重复安排,在文学作品或电影中创造的时间上暂时展开的含义

(11)

A regular or harmonious pattern created by lines, forms, and colors in painting, sculpture, and other visual arts.
匀称:在绘画,雕塑及其它视觉艺术品中通过线条,形式及颜色创造的一种规则的或和谐的形式

(12)

The pattern of development produced in a literary or dramatic work by repetition of elements such as words, phrases, incidents, themes, images, and symbols.
文学作品的节奏:通过例如单词、短语、插曲、主题曲、形象及象征等成分的重复在文学或戏剧作品中产生的展开的形式

(13)

Procedure or routine characterized by regularly recurring elements, activities, or factors:
规律:以有规律重复的元素、活动或因素为特征的程序或常规:
the rhythm of civilization; the rhythm of the lengthy negotiations.
文明进程;长期谈判的节奏

语源

(1)

Latin rhythmus
拉丁语 rhythmus

(2)

from Greek rhuthmos * see sreu-
源自 希腊语 rhuthmos *参见 sreu-

参考词汇

(1)

rhythmmetercadence

(2)

These nouns are compared as they denote the regular patterned ebb and rise of accented and unaccented sounds, especially in music, speech, or verse.
当这些名词意为有规律地形式化的重读与非重读音节的降低和升高时,尤其在音乐、演说或韵文中,它们有所区别。

(3)

Rhythm, the most comprehensive, suggests the recurring flow of alternating elements:
Rhythm 最具综合性,意指改变着的成分的重复流动:
the rhythm of the seasons;
季节的更替;
the rhythms of life.
生命的节律。
“Rhythm was described by Schopenhauer as melody deprived of its pitch” (Edith Sitwell).
“韵律被叔本华描述为丧失了音调的乐曲” (爱迪斯·斯特韦尔)。

(4)

Meter applies in poetry to any of various measured rhythmic patterns (
Meter 在诗中应用于任一种不同配制的节奏形式(
elegiac meter) and in music to the combining of rhythmic pulses into measures of equal time value (
哀乐韵律) 及在音乐中用于将节奏化脉动合成为等时间值的标准(
duple meter).
双重节拍)。

(5)

Cadence refers especially to the fall of the voice in speech (
Cadence 尤指演说中嗓音的降低(
end a sentence with a cadence) and to balanced rhythmic flow, as in poetry (the cadence of the sea ).
以降低的声音结束一个句子) 及平衡的韵律流,如在诗中(海的韵律 )

现代英汉词典

rhythm
[5rIT(E)m]
n.

(1)

节奏;韵律;节拍
the exciting rhythms of drum music
兴奋的鼓乐节拍
I can't dance to music without a good rhythm.
没有好的节奏我不能跟着音乐跳舞。

(2)

有规则的变化;有规则的循环运动
the rhythm of the seasons
四季有规则的变化

现代英汉综合大辞典

rhythm
[5riTEm, 5riWEm]
n.

(1)

[诗]格律; 韵律

(2)

【音】节奏; 节奏的格调; (乐队中)击节拍的乐器

(3)

有规律的循环运动, 律动的模式

(4)

【美】(色彩变化、浓淡配置等的)调和, 匀称, 和谐

(5)

【医】节律; 周期性
therhythm of speech
语调的抑扬顿挫
the rhythm of a statue
塑像各部分之间的匀称
the rhythm of tides
潮汐的涨落
play [sing] in quick rhythm
用快调奏乐[歌唱]
rhythm and blues
节奏极强的一种美国黑人音乐
the rhythm of dancing
跳舞的节拍

继承用法

rhythmless
adj.

特殊用法

activity rhythm
活动节律

alpha rhythm
阿尔法(脑波)节律

beta rhythm
【生理】β节律

biological rhythm
生物节律

body rhythm
机体节律

cardiac rhythm
心节律

circannian rhythm
年节律

climatic rhythm
气候周期性规律

developmental rhythm
发育节律

diurnal rhythm
昼夜节律

endogenous rhythm
内源节律, 内生节奏

metabolic rhythm
代谢节律

myogenic rhythm
肌源节律

nodal rhythm
【生理】结性节律

production rhythm
生产节奏

pulse rhythm
脉搏节律

seasonal rhythm
季节性节律

species rhythm
种节律

stress-timed rhythm
重音-时域韵律

syllable-timed rhythm
按音节计韵律

two-count rhythm
两步节拍

rhythm of heart
心搏节律, 心律

rhythm of production
生产周期, 生产节奏

用法词典

rhythm
源自希腊语rhythmos

英文相关词典

rhythm
beat    meter    swing    tempo    

[七国语言]英汉地质大词典

rhythm
韵律, 节律

[七国语言]英汉生物学大词典

rhythm
节律

[七国语言]英汉医学大词典

rhythm
节奏, 节律

美国传统词典

rhythm
rhythm
AHD:[r1Y“…m]
D.J.[6riH*m]
K.K.[6r!H*m]
n.

(1)

Movement or variation characterized by the regular recurrence or alternation of different quantities or conditions:
the rhythm of the tides.

(2)

The patterned, recurring alternations of contrasting elements of sound or speech.

(3)

Music

(4)

A regular pattern formed by a series of notes of differing duration and stress.

(5)

A specific kind of such a pattern:
a waltz rhythm.

(6)

A group of instruments supplying the rhythm in a band.

(7)

The pattern or flow of sound created by the arrangement of stressed and unstressed syllables in accentual verse or of long and short syllables in quantitative verse.

(8)

The similar but less formal sequence of sounds in prose.

(9)

A specific kind of metrical pattern or flow:
iambic rhythm.

(10)

The sense of temporal development created in a work of literature or a film by the arrangement of formal elements such as the length of scenes, the nature and amount of dialogue, or the repetition of motifs.

(11)

A regular or harmonious pattern created by lines, forms, and colors in painting, sculpture, and other visual arts.

(12)

The pattern of development produced in a literary or dramatic work by repetition of elements such as words, phrases, incidents, themes, images, and symbols.

(13)

Procedure or routine characterized by regularly recurring elements, activities, or factors:
the rhythm of civilization; the rhythm of the lengthy negotiations.

语源

(1)

Latin rhythmus

(2)

from Greek rhuthmos * see sreu-

参考词汇

(1)

rhythm, meter, cadence

(2)

These nouns are compared as they denote the regular patterned ebb and rise of accented and unaccented sounds, especially in music, speech, or verse.

(3)

Rhythm, the most comprehensive, suggests the recurring flow of alternating elements:
the rhythm of the seasons;
the rhythms of life.
“Rhythm was described by Schopenhauer as melody deprived of its pitch” (Edith Sitwell).

(4)

Meter applies in poetry to any of various measured rhythmic patterns (
elegiac meter) and in music to the combining of rhythmic pulses into measures of equal time value (
duple meter).

(5)

Cadence refers especially to the fall of the voice in speech (
end a sentence with a cadence) and to balanced rhythmic flow, as in poetry (the cadence of the sea ).

[名词委审定]英汉建筑园林、城市规划名词(1998)

rhythm
节奏

[名词委审定]英汉医学名词(四, 心血管病学等, 1996)

rhythm
节律

[名词委审定]英汉植物学名词(1991)

rhythm
节律

英汉电信大词典

rhythm
n.节奏

英汉地质大词典

rhythm
n.韵律,节奏,周期性

英汉广播大词典

rhythm
n.节奏

英汉化学大词典

rhythm
n.节奏,律动,调和

英汉计算机大词典

rhythm
n.节奏(律动,调和)

英汉农牧林大词典

rhythm
n.韵律,节奏,律动

英汉能源大词典

rhythm
n.节奏,律动,调和,韵律,节奏,周期性

英汉心理学大词典

rhythm
节律

英汉医学大词典

rhythm
n.节律

英汉中医大词典

rhythm
n.节律

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