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[ˈprɒsədi], (Noun)

- the patterns of rhythm and sound used in poetry
(e.g: the translator is not obliged to reproduce the prosody of the original)

- the patterns of stress and intonation in a language
(e.g: the salience of prosody in child language acquisition)


late 15th century: from Latin prosodia ‘accent of a syllable’, from Greek prosōidia ‘song sung to music, tone of a syllable’, from pros ‘towards’ + ōidē ‘song’

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