副歌 (Chinese PinYin: [fù gē]; traditional Chinese:副歌) may mean: (1) noun. Chorus, the vital part of a song that is repeated after each verse; (2) noun. refrain of a song. Literally: 副 (assistant; second) + 歌 (song). It is a medium-frequency word and can be used in both spoken and written Mandarin Chinese. Some example phrases and expressions are: 主歌和副歌 (verse and chorus), 一首歌曲的副歌部分 (chorus of a song), 主歌和副歌的区别 (difference between a verse and a chorus).
1. How to pronounce 副歌?
Chinese Pinyin: [fù gē]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 副歌
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 副歌
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 主歌和副歌 (verse and chorus), 一首歌曲的副歌部分 (chorus of a song), 主歌和副歌的区别 (difference between a verse and a chorus)
4. How to use 副歌 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 副歌.
Translation: Peter wanted to do a dance track with us. It has no verse, only a chorus.
Translation: “I won’t change my life, my life’s just fine,” the chorus runs.
4.3 好的副歌能起到起飞的效果, 那是歌曲能让你跟着唱或者让你哭的那个部分.
Translation: A great chorus is like take-off: the bit in the song that makes you sing or even cry.
Translation: The lyrics of the chorus often contain the song’s title or another lyrical hook, which serves to make the tune more recognizable and, in many cases, to inspire the audience to sing along.
Translation: Chorus is the main part of the song that repeats with the same music and lyrics every time, often containing the main point of the song and a hook.
Translation: Some songs are only famous because of their chorus part is awesome.
4.7 一首歌的副歌经常被认为是歌曲中最重要的部分，如果做得好的话，在你听到它后, 它能在你的脑海里停留数个小时甚至数天。
Translation: A song’s chorus is often regarded as the most vital part of the song and the part that if done correctly sticks in your head for hours, even days after you’ve heard it.
Translation: Choruses will often use lots of internal repetition of either words or entire phrases, and the title of the song is commonly found within the chorus.
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