/ ra?m; ra?m/ n
[U] sameness of sound between words or syllables, esp the endings of lines of verse, as in day, away; visit, is it; puff, rough 韵, （尤指）韵脚（如day和away、 visit和is it、 puff和rough）.
[C] ~ (for/to sth) word that provides a rhyme for another 押韵词; 同韵词: Is there a rhyme for/to `hiccups’? 有和hiccups押韵的词吗?
[C] verse or verses with rhymes 押韵的诗; 韵文: sing nursery rhymes to the children 给孩子们唱儿歌.
[U] rhyming form 押韵的形式; 韵律: a story toldin rhyme 用韵文讲的故事 * Can you put that into rhyme?你能把它改写成韵文吗?
(idm 习语) neither, no, little, etc ,rhyme or `reason no sense or logic 毫无道理: a decision without rhyme or reason 毫无道理的决定 * There’s neither rhyme nor reason in his behaviour. 他的举动莫名其妙. * English spelling has little rhyme or reason. 英文字的拼法没什麽规律.
》 rhyme v
1 [Tn, Tn.pr] ~ sth (with sth) put (words) together to form a rhyme 使（词）押韵: You can rhyme `hiccups’ and/with `pick-ups’. 用hiccups可和pick-ups押韵. * rhymed verse 押韵的诗.
2 [I, Ipr] ~ (with sth) (of words or lines of verse) form a rhyme （指词或诗句）押韵: `Though’ and `through’ don’t rhyme, and neither rhymes with `tough’. though和through不押韵, 这两个词跟tough也不押韵. rhymed adj having rhymes 押韵的: rhymed couplets 押韵的对句.
# `rhyming slang form of slang which replaces words with rhyming words or phrases, eg apples and pears for stairs 同韵俚语（以同韵的词或短语作为替代语的俚语形式, 如以apples and pears代替stairs）.
1rhyme 1 n.
Variant: also rime
Etymology: Middle English rime, from Anglo-French（这就是单词来源）
Date: 13th century
1 a (1) : rhyming verse (2) : POETRY b : a composition in verse that rhymes
2 a : correspondence in terminal sounds of units of composition or utterance (as two or more words or lines of verse) b : one of two or more words thus corresponding in sound c : correspondence of other than terminal word sounds: as (1) : ALLITERATION (2) : INTERNAL RHYME
3 : RHYTHM, MEASURE
–rhyme·less adjective 2rhyme 2 n.
Variant: also rime
Inflected Form: rhymed also rimed ; rhym·ing also rim·ing
Date: 14th century
1 : to relate or praise in rhyming verse
2 a : to put into rhyme b : to compose (verse) in rhyme c : to cause to rhyme : use as rhyme
1 : to make rhymes also : to compose rhyming verse
2 of a word or verse : to end in syllables that are rhymes
3 : to be in accord : HARMONIZE
–rhym·er noun rhyme (as used in expressions) 3 n.
rhyme or reason
verb [I or T]
Words which rhyme have the same last sound:
’Blue’ and ’flew’ rhyme.
Can you think of a word that rhymes with ’orange’?
1 [C] a word which has the same last sound as another word:
Can you think of a rhyme for ’orange’?
2 a short poem, especially for young children:
a book of rhymes and songs
See also nursery rhyme.
3 [U] the use of rhymes in poetry:
This poem is her first attempt at rhyme
rhyme1 / ra?m / noun *
1 [count] a short poem, often for children, that has lines ending in the same sound
2 [count] a word that ends with the same sound as another word:
rhyme for: Can you think of a rhyme for hat?
2a. [uncount] the use of words that are rhymes, especially in poetry:
in rhyme: a poem written in rhyme
no rhyme or reason
used for emphasizing that there is no reason or explanation for something:
There was no rhyme or reason for his sudden departure. rhyme 2
rhyme2 / ra?m / verb
[intransitive] if two words or lines of poetry rhyme, they end with a similar sound:
The words cat and hat rhyme.
rhyme with: Boy rhymes with toy.
a. [transitive] to produce rhymes:
A new generation of DJs who rap and rhyme has filled the airwaves.
rhyme有两种意思，作为名词时，意思是押韵词; 同韵词; 押韵的短诗; 押韵; 韵词的应用;? ?作为动词时，意思是? (词或音节) 押韵，和…同韵; 使押韵; 押句尾韵;? ??