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con fuoco

[ kon fwaw-koh, foo-aw-, kohn; Italian kawn foo-aw-kaw ]
/ kɒn ˈfwɔ koʊ, fuˈɔ-, koʊn; Italian kɔn fuˈɔ kɔ /
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adverb
with great vigor and speed (used as a musical direction).
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Origin of con fuoco

<Italian: literally, with fire
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British Dictionary definitions for con fuoco

con fuoco
/ (kɒn fuːˈəʊkəʊ) /

adjective, adverb
music (to be performed) in a fiery manner

Word Origin for con fuoco

Italian: with fire
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