Noun(1) the subject matter of a conversation or discussion(2) a unifying idea that is a recurrent element in literary or artistic work(3) (music(4) an essay (especially one written as an assignment(5) (linguistics
Verb(1) provide with a particular theme or motive
(1) The idea of an art exhibition on the theme of beauty pageants might seem odd at first, but in Venezuela beauty queens are a national obsession.(2) At the time Rachmaninov wrote, he competed with variations on the same theme by Liszt, Schumann, and Brahms.(3) a theme song(4) When a sentence has an indirect object, that constituent may also function as a marked theme , the focus of attention, by beginning the sentence.(5) The theme music, Song of Australia, was performed by Ian Walker and recorded at St Mark's Church, Darling Point, in Sydney.(6) Here is an extract from his writings on the theme of faith glorifying God.(7) It is a theme that pervades this seductive book, with its delight in the arcane and ordinary.(8) The exhibition on the theme of growing up in a small fishing village looked at stories of truancy, illness and religion and what children of those bygone days did during their leisure time.(9) Following the theme of the restaurant, all the dishes are named for Hollywood stars.(10) There's an exhibition on the theme of the second world war at the Museum; I'll pay it a visit and report back!(11) At the end of each chapter, however, review questions are offered for discussion, which helps the reader focus on the theme of each chapter.(12) Various shows and exhibitions have been staged inside the gallery on the theme of ├ö├ç├┐humankind in harmony with nature├ö├ç├û.(13) The show runs from March 16-20 and features a specially composed theme song and musical hits from Chicago, Phantom of the Opera and Ring of the Roses.(14) The theme music of the film has become a hit with mobile users in town.(15) The former church will host an installation-based exhibition on the theme of light, which will run from July to October.(16) It makes me wonder about men's attitudes to violence, and how it is often portrayed as a force which binds them together - an old theme in literature and cinema.
(1) theme park :: autu paka
1. subject ::
2. melody ::
3. song ::
4. stem ::
5. motif ::
6. report ::
7. idea ::
Different Formstheme, themed, themes
English to Samoan Dictionary: theme
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