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Noun
/ˈZHänrə/,
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genres, plural;
  1. A category of artistic composition, as in music or literature, characterized by similarities in form, style, or subject matter


  1. a kind of literary or artistic work
  2. writing style: a style of expressing yourself in writing
  3. music genre: an expressive style of music
  4. a class of art (or artistic endeavor) having a characteristic form or technique
  5. Genre (also ; from French, genre , "kind" or "sort", from Latin: genus (stem gener), Greek: genos, γένος) is the term for any category of literature, as well as various other forms of art or culture e.g. music, based on some loose set of stylistic criteria. ...
  6. Genre is a 1996 Live-action/animated short film by animator Don Hertzfeldt, his second student film, preceded by Ah, L'Amour (1995).
  7. Video game genres are used to categorize video games based on their gameplay interaction rather than visual or narrative differences. A video game genre is defined by a set of gameplay challenges. ...
  8. A literary genre is a category of literary composition. Genres may be determined by literary technique, tone, content, or even (as in the case of fiction) length. Genre should not be confused with age category, by which literature may be classified as either adult, young-adult, or children's. ...
  9. Genre magazine was a New York city-based monthly periodical written for gay men. It was owned by gay press publisher Window Media, a subsidiary of Avalon Equity Partners.
  10. A music genre is a categorical and typological construct that identifies musical sounds as belonging to a particular category and type of music that can be distinguished from other types of music.
  11. A kind; a stylistic category or sort, especially of literature or other artworks
  12. (genres) various types of films which audiences and filmmakers recognize by their familiar narrative conventions. Common genres are musical, gangster, and Western films.
  13. (Genres) A category of composition that is associated with a particular style such as narratives, arguments, poetry, persuasive essays, etc.
  14. (Genres) Each program in your TV belongs to one or more genres. Genres are one of the most important things for TiVo, since these are used to make suggestions for future recordings. The longer you use your TiVo and the better the genres match a program, the better the suggestions will be.
  15. (Genres) Easy Listening / Oldies
  16. (Genres) Hip Hop, West Coast Gangster Rap
  17. (Genres) Miscellaneous/Poetry, Spoken Word & Interviews
  18. (Genres) Nonfiction , Reference
  19. (Genres) Progressive House, Tech House, Deep House, Progressive Trance, Progressive Breaks, Chillout
  20. (Genres) are sociocultural language activities which are goal-directed in order to fulfil functions that are of significance within a society. Different genres may be staged differently, with each stage being realised by different sets of linguistic features.
  21. (Genres) mostly non-fiction and poetry. Non-fiction may extend from Emerson’s essays to Thoreau’s intellectual memoirs to Fuller’s blend of essay and autobiography to sermons by Transcendentalist pastors.
  22. (Genres) were mixed, intercalated and juxtaposed.
  23. (genres) (ZHON- ruhz): groups which share common traits
  24. The type of fan fiction that it is. This can mean a lot of things. The fandom itself can be considered a genre.
  25. A category of music e.g. Techno, House, Hip Hop, D&B, Trance, Hard House etc.