Theme DefinitionDefinition of the topic
Musical A repetitive tuneful feature in a piece, particularly a tune that forms the foundation for a series of variation. b. A trunk.
theme?less adj. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fünfte Ausgabe. © 2016 par Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Edited by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishers. a theme vacation. n. 1. a theme of debate, conversation, meditation oder composing; theme.
a uniting or dominating concept, motive, etc., as in a work of work. a brief informational article, in particular a piece from a pupil's class. a. a main theme in a piece of music. b. a brief theme from which variation is made. Noun1.theme - the object of a talk or a debate; "he didn't want to talk about this subject"; "it was a very delicate subject"; "his epistles were always on the theme of love" quarrel, you know, money", "little romantic poets" 2.theme - a uniting concept that is a recurring item in literature or arts work; "it was the common theme "boy becomes girl"", "spirit" his Odysseus 3.
Topic - (music-)melodic theme of a piece of work; "the theme is announced in the first bars"; "the companion has taken up the concept and worked it out"; "the sonata"; 4. theme - an essay (in particular one written as a commission ); "he has got an A on his composition"; 5. theme - a piece of work (especially one composed as a commission); 4. theme - a piece of music; 4. theme - a piece of work; 4. theme - a piece of work; 4. theme - a piece of music; 4. theme - a piece of work; 4. theme - a piece of work; 4. theme - a piece of music; 4. theme - a piece of work; 4. theme - a piece of work; 5. theme - a piece of work; 5. theme - a piece of music; 5. theme - a piece of work; 5. Topic - (Linguistics) the shape of a term after all attachments have been deleted; "thematic vocals are part of the tribe", ", attached" Verb1.theme - provided with a specific theme or theme; "the restaurants often thematize their menus" Basing on WordNet 3.0, Farlex clip art collections.
1st theme, leitmotiv, recurring picture, uniting concept The need to empower the home has become a recurring theme. 2nd theme, notion, theme, matter, reason, text, load, substance, thesis, theme, basic tone, core The main theme of the novel is the struggle between men and woman. Write about: 2nd exercise: which affects are attached:
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