theme

Pronunciation:  US [θim] UK [θiːm]
  • n.Themes; themes; (student's) composition and (sentence) theme
  • adj.(Reflecting a topic or historical period) theme pub (or bars, restaurants, etc)
  • WebTheme song; theme; topics

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