listen to the pronunciation of genre
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} tür

Benim en sevdiğim müzik türü poptur. - My favourite genre of music is pop.

Mozart birçok müzik türünü ilerletti. - Mozart cultivated many musical genres.

{i} tarz

En sevdiğiniz tarz nedir? - What's your favorite genre?

{i} çeşit
günlük hayatı tasvir eden tarz
{i} üslup
{i} biçim
genre painting
tür boyama
music genre
müzik türü
karışık tarz
literary genre
Edebi tür
steampunk (literary genre) noun, adjective
(Edebiyat) anakronik buhar dönemin kurgubilim (edebi tür) isim, sıfat

The spaceship captain's clothing came from the age of steam. The style was very 'steampunk'. Uzay gemisi kaptanın giysisi buhar döneminden geldi. Stili çok 'steampunk' idi. Please correct my Turkish.

Englisch - Englisch
A kind; a stylistic category or sort, especially of literature or other artworks

The computer game Half-Life redefined the first-person shooter genre.

A genre is a particular type of literature, painting, music, film, or other art form which people consider as a class because it has special characteristics. his love of films and novels in the horror genre. a particular type of art, writing, music etc, which has certain features that all examples of this type share genre of (gendre; GENDER)
{i} type, style, kind, category
A category of a certain type of writing, such as horror, romance, mystery, science fiction, and so forth
A specific category of literature, marked by a distinctive style form or content
A term used in literary criticism to describe a literary form Traditional dramatic genres are comedy and tragedy
This French word meaning “type” now refers to paintings that depict scenes of everyday life without any attempt at idealization Genre paintings can be found in all ages, but the Dutch productions of peasant and tavern scenes are typical
in literature
a form or category of literary text, for example, prose, poetry and drama; these may be further subdivided, for example, prose into short stories and novels, poetry into ballads and lyrics Different genres often make use of particular literary conventions or traditions, and you should try to identify these when writing about texts, particularly if you are comparing different genres
an expressive style of music
A type or category of music (e g Sonata, Opera, Oratorio, Art Song, etc)
a class of art (or artistic endeavor) having a characteristic form or technique a kind of literary or artistic work
Kind; genus; class; form; style, esp
A type or category of literary art (e g , letters, journals, personal narratives, pictures or dictated stories, poetry, drama, documents, storytelling)
A type or class of literature (e g , science fiction)
a class of art (or artistic endeavor) having a characteristic form or technique
a type or category of literature (e g , fairy tales, poetry, mysteries)
A style of painting, sculpture, or other imitative art, which illustrates everyday life and manners
The French term for a species, type or class of composition A literary genre is a recognisable, established category of written work which employs such common conventions as will prevent readers from mistaking it for another kind of genre
A type of literature or film marked by certain shared features or conventions The three broadest categories of genre include poetry, drama, and fiction These general genres are often subdivided into more specific genres For instance, precise examples of genres might include murder mysteries, western films, sonnets, lyric poetry, epics, tragedies, etc
A category of artistic, musical or literary composition characterized by a particular form, style or content Poetry, for example, is a literary genre Sidelight: The term, genre, is frequently used interchangeably with "type" and "kind "
describes any category of artistic composition characterized by a particular style, form or content
painting is the depiction of subjects and scenes from everyday life; it focuses on ordinary folk and common activities, but can contain complex symbolism and messages
A type or category of art In the visual arts, the depiction of scenes from everyday life
Type, class, variety; in literature, a distinctive class or category such as westerns or mysteries
A category (kind/sort) of literature, labeled according to its form, style, or content A few of the various genres of biblical literature include: narrative (such as O T history, the gospels, Acts), doctrinal or ethical exposition, letter or epistle, poetry, parable, wisdom literature, and apocalypse
Genre refers to the type or category of literature of a given passage, whether historical narrative, myth, hymn, poetry, parable, or other forms Knowing the genre of a passage is essential for understanding how to read and interpret the text A modern example of genre is the Whodunit
The term used by literary critics as the equivalent of "type of literature"; the basic genres found in the Hebrew Bible are prose and poetry, with many different sub-types including song, hymn, story, saying, speech, law, genealogy, saga, history See Introduction
A category of oral or written literature, defined by style, content, and/or form The biblical books can be categorized by genre, e g Judges is narrative, Psalms is poetry, Mark is a gospel, Romans is a letter, and Revelation is an apocalypse Within these broad categories, scholars have identified many more specific genres include (Atasözü)s, parables, "hero" tales, and many others In form criticism, a particular genre is identified with a particular "sitz im leben" ("situation in life" or "life setting"), but acceptance of such hypothetical setting is not necessary to appreciate distinctive literary genres
a style of expressing yourself in writing
The class or category of an object when considered as an intellectual work
  A particular category of writing such as poem, novel, or short story, or a sub-category such as sonnet or sestina   Commercial fiction genres include mysteries, science fiction, fantasy, western, romance, etc
A descriptive category identifying the physical format and/or purpose of an item See also Genre Terms
A type or category of music (e g , sonata, opera, oratorio, art song, gospel, suite, jazz, madrigal, march, work song, lullaby, barbershop, Dixieland)
a kind of literary or artistic work
The ESL Scope and Scales describes genre as "accepted ways of using language to achieve particular purposes" These include narrative, recount, observation, description, report, explanation, argument and procedure In this view, the genre is determined by purpose and has corresponding structure and language requirements
genre fiction
Fictional works written with the intent of fitting into a specific literary genre (such as mystery, romance, or horror) with an existing audience
genre fictions
plural form of genre fiction
genre painting
Painting of scenes from everyday life, of ordinary people at work or play, depicted in a realistic manner. In the 18th century, the term was used derogatorily to describe painters specializing in one type of picture, such as flowers, animals, or middle-class life. By the mid-19th century it was being used more approvingly, and it is still popularly used to describe works by 17th-century Dutch and Flemish painters such as Jan Steen, Gerard Terborch, Adriaen van Ostade, and Johannes Vermeer, and later masters such as J.-B.-S. Chardin in France, Pietro Longhi in Italy, and George Caleb Bingham in the U.S
genre painting
a genre depicting everyday life
genre painting
genre scene, kind of painting that portrays everyday life
genre scene
genre painting, kind of painting that portrays everyday life
Various types of films which audiences and filmmakers recognize by their familiar narrative conventions Common genres are musical, gangster, and Western films
The categories in general; portraiture, history, still-life, landscape etc
Various types of films that audiences and filmmakers recognize by their recurring conventions Common genres are horror films, gangster films, and Westerns
plural of genre
music genre
an expressive style of music



    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈᴢʜänrə/ /ˈʒɑːnrə/


    [ 'zhän-r&, 'zhä ] (noun.) 1770. From French genre ‘kind’, from Latin genus (cognate with Ancient Greek γένος), from Indo-European *genes-. Compare gender.


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