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Rhythmik f
rhythm
Rhythmus
rhythm
Jahresrhythmus m
annual rhythm
Wachstumsrhythmus m biol.
growth rhythm
Lebensrhythmus m
rhythm of life
Herzrhythmusstörung f med.
heart rhythm disorder
Metrik f; Taktlehre f mus.
study of rhythm and tempo
Rhythmusmaschine f mus.
Rhythmusmaschinen pl
rhythm unit
rhythm units
Pendelrhythmus m; Embryokardie f (Status embryocardicus) med.
foetal rhythm; embryocardia
unregelmäßig adj
unregelmäßiger Herzschlag
abnormal
abnormal heart rhythm
Rhythmus m
Rhythmen pl
aus dem Rhythmus kommen
rhythm
rhythms
to lose the rhythm
Herzrhythmusstörung f med.
disturbance of the heart rhythm, disturbance of the cardiac rhythm
Herzrhythmusstörung f med.
cardiac dysrhythmia; arrhythmia; disturbance of the heart rhythm; disturbance of the cardiac rhythm
Takt m; Rhythmus m; Tempo n mus.
den Takt schlagen
außer Takt
aus dem Takt kommen
den Takt angeben
den Takt angeben übtr.
time
to beat time
out of time
to get out of time
to keep time
to dictate the rhythm fig.
Rhythmus m mus.
Disco-Rhythmus
Polyrhythmus m
Sprechrhythmus m
ausgeprägter Rhythmus; mitreißender Rhythmus (Popmusik)
mitreißende afrikanische Rhythmen
rhythm
disco beat
polyrhythm
speech rhythm
pronounced rhythm; strong beat; groove (popular music)
African grooves
etw. diktieren; vorschreiben; vorgeben; gebieten geh. v
diktierend; vorschreibend; vorgebend; gebietend
den Rhythmus vorgeben (Sache) übtr.
diktiert; vorgeschrieben; vorgegeben; geboten
Die Not gebietet es.
Lass dir von anderen nichts vorschreiben.
to dictate sth.
dictating
to dictate the rhythm (matter) fig.
dictated
Necessity dictates it.
Don't let yourself be dictated to by others.
(gutes) Ohr n (für etw.) (Sinn für Sprache oder Klang) übtr.
ein (gutes) Ohr für Rhythmus und Melodie haben
Ohne das „es“ klingt der Satz in meinen Ohren komisch.
Das ist Musik in meinen Ohren.
ear (for sth.) (appreciation of language or sound) fig.
to have an ear for rhythm and melody
The sentence sounds odd to my ears without the "it."
This is music to my ears.
Spielweise f; Spiel n sport
freies Spiel (ohne Wertung)
Angriffsspiel n
offensive defensive Spielweise; Offensivspiel Defensivspiel
das spielerische Niveau der anderen Mannschaft
den Spielrhythmus während der ganzen Partie beibehalten
seine Spielweise an die Taktik des Gegners anpassen
Das schien sein Spiel nicht zu beeinträchtigen.
style of play; play
free play
attacking play
offensive defensive play
the other team's level of play quality of play
to maintain the same rhythm of play throughout the game
to adapt your style of play to the opponent's tactics
That did not appear to affect his play.

Deutsche Rhythmik {f} Synonyme

rhythmik  

Englische rhythm Synonyme

rhythm  Alexandrine  accent  accentuation  alternation  amphibrach  amphimacer  anacrusis  anapest  antispast  arrhythmia  arsis  bacchius  balance  beat  beating  beauty  cadence  cadency  caesura  catalexis  chloriamb  chloriambus  colon  concinnity  counterpoint  cretic  cyclicalness  dactyl  dactylic hexameter  diaeresis  dimeter  dipody  dochmiac  downbeat  drumming  elegiac  elegiac couplet  elegiac pentameter  emphasis  epitrite  equilibrium  euphony  feminine caesura  flutter  foot  harmony  heartbeat  heartthrob  heptameter  heptapody  heroic couplet  hexameter  hexapody  iamb  iambic  iambic pentameter  ictus  intermittence  intermittency  ionic  jingle  level of stress  lilt  masculine caesura  measure  measuredness  meter  metrical accent  metrical foot  metrical group  metrical unit  metrics  metron  molossus  mora  movement  number  numbers  order  orderedness  oscillation  paeon  palpitation  pendulum motion  pentameter  pentapody  period  periodicalness  periodicity  piston motion  pitapat  pitter-patter  primary stress  proceleusmatic  proportion  prosodics  prosody  pulsation  pulse  pyrrhic  quantity  rat-a-tat  rataplan  reappearance  recurrence  regular wave motion  reoccurrence  return  rhyme  rhythmic pattern  rhythmical stress  seasonality  secondary stress  spondee  sprung rhythm  staccato  stress  stress accent  stress pattern  sweetness  swing  symmetry  syzygy  tempo  tertiary stress  tetrameter  tetrapody  tetraseme  thesis  throb  throbbing  time  timing  tribrach  trimeter  tripody  triseme  trochee  undulation  upbeat  weak stress  
rhythm-and-blues  acid rock  avant-garde jazz  ballroom music  bebop  boogie-woogie  bop  country rock  dance music  dances  folk rock  hard rock  hot jazz  jazz  jive  mainstream jazz  musical suite  rag  ragtime  rock  rock-and-roll  suite  suite of dances  swing  syncopated music  syncopation  the new music  
rhythmic  alternate  antispastic  beating  cadenced  cadent  circling  cyclic  dactylic  epochal  even  every other  iambic  in numbers  in rhythm  intermittent  isochronal  measured  metric  metronomic  oscillatory  palpitant  periodical  pitapat  prosodic  pulsatile  pulsating  pulsative  pulsatory  pulsing  pyrrhic  reciprocal  recurrent  recurring  regular  rhythmical  rotary  scanning  seasonal  serial  spondaic  staccato  steady  throbbing  trochaic  undulant  undulatory  wavelike  wheeling  
rhythmical  alternate  antispastic  beating  cadenced  cadent  circling  cyclic  dactylic  epochal  even  every other  iambic  in numbers  in rhythm  intermittent  isochronal  measured  metric  metronomic  oscillatory  palpitant  periodical  pitapat  prosodic  pulsatile  pulsating  pulsative  pulsatory  pulsing  pyrrhic  reciprocal  recurrent  recurring  rhythmic  rotary  scanning  seasonal  serial  spondaic  staccato  steady  throbbing  trochaic  undulant  undulatory  wavelike  wheeling  

rhythm Definition

Rhythm
(n.) In the widest sense, a dividing into short portions by a regular succession of motions, impulses, sounds, accents, etc., producing an agreeable effect, as in music poetry, the dance, or the like.
Rhythm
(n.) Movement in musical time, with periodical recurrence of accent
Rhythm
(n.) A division of lines into short portions by a regular succession of arses and theses, or percussions and remissions of voice on words or syllables.
Rhythm
(n.) The harmonious flow of vocal sounds.

rhythm Bedeutung

rhythm method of birth control
rhythm method
rhythm
calendar method of birth control
calendar method
natural family planning in which ovulation is assumed to occur days before the onset of a period (the fertile period would be assumed to extend from daythrough day of her cycle)
rhythm regular recurrence recurring at regular intervals
cardiac rhythm
heart rhythm
the rhythm of a beating heart
atrioventricular nodal rhythm
nodal rhythm
the normal cardiac rhythm when the heart is controlled by the atrioventricular node
rhythm and blues
R and B
a combination of blues and jazz that was developed in the United States by Black musicians, an important precursor of rock 'n' roll
rhythm
speech rhythm
the arrangement of spoken words alternating stressed and unstressed elements, the rhythm of Frost's poetry
rhythm beat
musical rhythm
the basic rhythmic unit in a piece of music, the piece has a fast rhythm, the conductor set the beat
poetic rhythm
rhythmic pattern
prosody
(prosody) a system of versification
sprung rhythm a poetic rhythm that imitates the rhythm of speech
percussion section
percussion
rhythm section
the section of a band or orchestra that plays percussion instruments
rhythm and blues musician a performer (and sometimes composer) of rhythm and blues music
alpha rhythm
alpha wave
the normal brainwave in the electroencephalogram of a person who is awake but relaxed, occurs with a frequency of - hertz
beta rhythm
beta wave
the normal brainwave in the encephalogram of a person who is awake and alert, occurs with a frequency between andhertz
delta rhythm
delta wave
the normal brainwave in the encephalogram of a person in deep dreamless sleep, occurs with high voltage and low frequency ( to hertz)
theta rhythm
theta wave
the normal brainwave in the encephalogram of a person who is awake but relaxed and drowsy, occurs with low frequency and low amplitude
gallop rhythm
cantering rhythm
cardiac rhythm characterized by the presence of an extra sound, can indicate a heart abnormality
circadian rhythm a daily cycle of activity observed in many living organisms
cycle
rhythm
round
an interval during which a recurring sequence of events occurs, the never-ending cycle of the seasons
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Rhythm ) generally means a "movement marked by the regulated succession of strong and weak elements, or of opposite or different conditions" . This general meaning of regular recurrence or pattern in time can apply to a wide variety of cyclical natural phenomena having a periodicity or frequency of anything from microseconds to several minutes or hours, or, at the most extreme, even over many years.

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