动词过去式:versed 过去分词:versed 现在分词:versing 第三人称单数:verses
1 [U] (form of) writing arranged in lines, often with a regular rhythm or rhyme scheme; poetry 韵文; 诗; 诗句; 诗体
*Most of the scene is written in verse, but some is in prose. 这场戏大部分内容是用韵文写成的, 但也有一些是散文形式的.
* blank verse, ie without rhymes at the end of the lines 无韵诗
* [attrib 作定语] a verse translation of Homer's `Iliad' 荷马《伊利亚特》的诗体翻译. Cf 参看 prose.
2 [C] group of lines forming a unit in a poem or song （诗或歌的）句, 节
*a hymn of/with six verses 一首有六节的赞美诗.
3 verses [pl] (dated 旧) poetry 诗
*a book of humorous verses 一本幽默诗集.
4 [C] any one of the short numbered divisions of a chapter in the Bible （《圣经》的）节.
5 (idm 习语) chapter and verse => chapter.
[Date: 900-1000; Language: Old French;Origin: vers, from Latin versus 'turning, verse', from vertere 'to turn']
a set of lines that forms one part of a song, poem, or a book such as the Bible or the Koran
Let's sing the last verse again.
Learn the first two verses of the poem by heart.
Genesis chapter 3, verse 13
words arranged in the form of poetry
a book of comic verse
Written in verse, the play was set in the Middle Ages.
1. Most of the scene is written in verse, but some is in prose. 这场戏大部分内容是用韵文写成的, 但也有一些是散文形式的.