concertato

[ kon-ser-tah-toh; Italian kawn-cher-tah-taw ]
/ ˌkɒn sərˈtɑ toʊ; Italian ˌkɔn tʃɛrˈtɑ tɔ /

adjective, noun, plural con·cer·ta·tos [kon-ser-tah-tohz], /ˌkɒn sərˈtɑ toʊz/, con·cer·ta·ti [Italian kawn-cher-tah-tee]. /Italian ˌkɔn tʃɛrˈtɑ ti/.

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Origin of concertato

Probably earlier than 1960–65; <Italian, past participle of concertare to give a concert; see -ate1
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