[ kwˈatɹe͡ɪnz], [ kwˈatɹeɪnz], [ k_w_ˈa_t_ɹ_eɪ_n_z]
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Quatrain is a four-line poem traditionally consisting of three couplets and a concluding quatrain. It derives its name from the Arabic word qatr, meaning four. The form was brought to England in the 16th century and quickly became popular, most notably with William Shakespeare, who used it in several plays.
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