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tutto

[too-toh; Italian toot-taw]
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adjective Music.
  1. all; entire.
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Origin of tutto

< Italian: all, whole < Latin tōtus
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Examples from the Web for tutto

Historical Examples

  • Tutto il pavimento dell' istessa chiesa pieno di sepolcri di santi.

    The Catholic World, Vol. X, October 1869

    Various

  • "Tutto sprezzo che d'Ernani" (Words that breathe thy name Ernani).

  • The arches are a tutto sesto (semi-circular), and support walls bordered with a simple string course.

  • Tutto il mondo paese: a proverb which would serve as an excellent motto for the Folk-lore Society.

    Essays in the Study of Folk-Songs (1886)

    Countess Evelyn Martinengo-Cesaresco

  • Cammina che non pare che tocchi terra; tutto nervo con poca carne.