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English translation of 'rythme'

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rythme

[ʀitm ]
masculine noun
1.  [de musique] rhythm
J’aime le rythme de cette musique. I like the beat of this music.
2.  (cadence) [de production] rate
au rythme de 10 par jour at the rate of 10 a day
3.  (allure, vitesse) [de marche] pace
Il marche à un bon rythme. He walks at a good pace.
4.  [de vie] pace

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Example Sentences Including 'rythme'

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Côté crèches, l'effort est réel mais le rythme de construction décroche du mini Baby boom qui ne se dément pas à Paris.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2003)
Elle devrait s'installer au second semestre à " un rythme plus modéré ", selon l'INSEE.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Je ralentis le rythme : Continue exige -t-il, la voix sourde N'arrête pas Or, je n'en peux plus.
Bombardier, Denise Tremblement de coeur
Pour le meilleur ou pour le pire, notre République palpite au rythme des sondages.
de Closets, François La grande manip
Sur la retraite, la décentralisation, le meilleur fonctionnement de l'État, il avance, à son rythme qui est peut-être le bon.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2003)
Variation 5 Sur un rythme rapide, constant, je suis tendre.
Ergal, Yves-Michel L'offrande musicale

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'rythme' in Other Languages

British English: beat /biːt/ NOUN
A beat is a regular sound or rhythm.
...the rhythmic beat of the drum.
  • American English: beat
  • Arabic: نَبْضَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: batida efeito de bater
  • Chinese: 敲打
  • Croatian: ritam
  • Czech: rytmus
  • Danish: slag
  • Dutch: maat muziek
  • European Spanish: ritmo compás
  • Finnish: tahti tahdin lyönti
  • French: rythme
  • German: Schlag
  • Greek: χτύπος
  • Italian: battito
  • Japanese: 打つこと
  • Korean: 박자
  • Norwegian: rytme
  • Polish: uderzenie cios
  • European Portuguese: batida
  • Romanian: cadență
  • Russian: ритм
  • Spanish: ritmo orden acompasado
  • Swedish: takt
  • Thai: จังหวะ
  • Turkish: vuruş
  • Ukrainian: ритм
  • Vietnamese: nhịp
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
British English: tempo NOUN
The tempo of an event is the speed at which it happens.
...owing to the slow tempo of change in an overwhelmingly rural country.
  • American English: tempo
  • Brazilian Portuguese: tempo
  • Chinese: > 速度事件发展的
  • European Spanish: tiempo
  • French: rythme
  • German: Tempo
  • Italian: ritmo
  • Japanese: 速さ
  • Korean: 속도
  • European Portuguese: tempo
  • Spanish: tiempo

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