rhythm of movements

rhythm of movements
judesių ritmas statusas T sritis Kūno kultūra ir sportas apibrėžtis Taisyklingas, tolygus judesio dalių kitimas laike ir erdvėje priklausomai nuo esamų sąlygų. atitikmenys: angl. rhythm of movements vok. Bewegungsrhythmus, m rus. ритм движений

Sporto terminų žodynas. T. 1. 2-asis patais. ir papild. leid.: Aiškinamasis žodynas. Angliški, vokiški, rusiški terminų atitikmenys. Būtiniausios žinios. 2002.

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  • rhythm */*/ — UK [ˈrɪðəm] / US noun Word forms rhythm : singular rhythm plural rhythms 1) [countable] a regular pattern of sounds or movements the slow rhythm of the rocking chair 2) a) [countable/uncountable] music a regular pattern of sounds in music that… …   English dictionary

  • rhythm — rhyth|m [ˈrıðəm] n [U and C] [Date: 1500 1600; : Latin; Origin: rhythmus, from Greek, from rhein to flow ] 1.) a regular repeated pattern of sounds or movements →↑metre ▪ Drums are basic to African rhythm. ▪ complicated dance rhythms rhythm of ▪ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Rhythm —    Shamans in many cultures make use of rhythmic music, songs, chants, dances, and movements. Instruments as varied as drums, rattles, and bells are used. Claims are sometimes made that shamans always use a constant rhythm in healing and in… …   Historical dictionary of shamanism

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