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when two or more beats are organized into a pattern across a length of time, they form a rhythm. "rhythm" is the structural basis for music across time, and relies on events that happen in sequence.
one of the basic elements of music is rhythm. rhythm can be fast, slow, complex, or simple.

"I noticed how good the rhythm was in the club track"
by TranceCrafter July 04, 2018
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I ain’t got rhythm
But you got that beat!
No I ain’t got rhythm
Look at them they're stomping their feet!
by Jixojuice October 15, 2020
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One of the most important things in music. Rhythm is strongly connected to humans(i.e. the heart!) Early music started with drums and a beat. Rhythm is so basic yet key to music. All popular music has some kind of rhythm. Rhythm, it's in you!
This song is missing something.

It needs cowbell, a great source of rhythm
by Randy Goldman April 03, 2005
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Verb. To engage in flirtatious actions between two people.
That girl was givin' me rhythm when I was spittin' game to her.
by Renee, Derrick, David August 19, 2005
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leeway; special consideration. To give someone rhythm may be to give them a pass or go to bat for them because you know them or owe them a favor. Very often used on cop shows, especially NYPD Blue.
I was hoping my landlord would give me some rhythm on the late fee.
It's going to be hard to get this guy bail--I got no rhythm with this judge.
by RideSallyRide January 05, 2011
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