simile | engleski leksikon

1. simile


ETYM Latin, from similis. Related to Similar.
A figure of speech that expresses a resemblance between things of different kinds (usually formed with 'like' or 'as').
Literary device of comparing one thing with another, using like or as.

simile | engleski leksikon

2. simile


In musical notation, directing the musician to continue performing a previously notated indication. For example, if the first few bars of a piece are marked staccato (detached) a composer may simply write simile rather than continue to mark individual staccato dots.

simile | engleski leksikon

3. simile


Figure of speech that in English uses the conjunctions like and as to express comparisons (“run like the devil”; “as deaf as a post”). It is sometimes confused with metaphor.

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