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Definition of 'rhythm'

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Most of the tracks include guest appearances from the rhythm sections of the original bands. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It took me time to find my rhythm on the court. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It is not clear why people do not have a 24-hour circadian rhythm. Times, Sunday Times (2017)But it's not only sleep that is influenced by circadian rhythms. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He may still do so but must now factor in that some of his senior players are bereft of confidence and need to find some rhythm again. Times, Sunday Times (2017)You need to see the rhythm section in the flesh, yet this concise set gives you a sense of what the excitement is all about. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In the opening stages, Wasps were clearly taking time to find their rhythm. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Few areas of life went unscathed as seasonal habits and rhythms were jolted out of existence. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Just listen to the music and let your body follow the rhythm. Times, Sunday Times (2011)There is a rhythm and discernible pattern to their game emerging. Times, Sunday Times (2011)You could do this song with a driving rhythm section or a classically trained choir. Christianity Today (2000) Music imposes its rhythm not just on listeners but also on hearers. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You are directing and providing the rhythm and the melody. The Sun (2009)He regularly complains about not finding the right rhythm. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The patterns and rhythms that we established and worked on have helped to connect us. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There were also times in his early career when entire rhythm sections refused to accompany him. Times, Sunday Times (2015)So it was all melody and rhythm. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He continues to look like a batsman not getting enough cricket to find his rhythm. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He leaves no holes for the rhythm section. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Deep in the middle of our brain there is a clock that controls the daily rhythms of our body. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Choose some music which makes you feel like dancing because this can help you to keep a steady rhythm. Martlew, Gillian & Silver, Shelley Stay Well This Winter (1989)Breathe in and out slowly and in a regular, controlled rhythm for at least three minutes. The Sun (2015)Their body systems work less efficiently, with diminishing hormones and natural changes in body rhythms. Mayes, Kathleen Beat Jet Lag - arrive alert and stay alert (1991)He has his own pattern of rhythms, and he has his own pattern of attention spans. Peter F. Drucker MANAGEMENT: task, responsibilities, practices (1974)And breathe, in a regular rhythm. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The rhythm of the year which has been kept for centuries by the Church across the world may have something to offer you. Times, Sunday Times (2008)

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Synonyms of 'rhythm'

pattern, movement, flow, periodicity

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Translations for 'rhythm'

British English: rhythm /ˈrɪðəm/ NOUN
A rhythm is a regular series of sounds, movements, or actions.
...the rhythm of the music.
  • American English: rhythm
  • Arabic: إِيْقاع
  • Brazilian Portuguese: ritmo
  • Chinese: 节奏
  • Croatian: ritam
  • Czech: rytmus
  • Danish: rytme
  • Dutch: ritme
  • European Spanish: ritmo compás
  • Finnish: rytmi
  • French: rythme
  • German: Rhythmus
  • Greek: ρυθμός
  • Italian: ritmo
  • Japanese: リズム
  • Korean: 리듬
  • Norwegian: rytme
  • Polish: rytm
  • European Portuguese: ritmo
  • Romanian: ritm
  • Russian: ритм
  • Spanish: ritmo cadencia, son
  • Swedish: rytm
  • Thai: จังหวะ
  • Turkish: ritim
  • Ukrainian: ритм
  • Vietnamese: nhịp điệu

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