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dolce

[ dohl-chey; Italian dawl-che ]
/ ˈdoʊl tʃeɪ; Italian ˈdɔl tʃɛ /
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adjective
sweet; soft.
noun
an instruction to the performer that the music is to be executed softly and sweetly.
a soft-toned organ stop.
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Origin of dolce

1840–50; <Italian <Latin dulcis savory, sweet; see dulcet
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British Dictionary definitions for dolce

dolce
/ (ˈdɒltʃɪ, Italian ˈdoltʃe) /

adjective, adverb
music (to be performed) gently and sweetly

Word Origin for dolce

Italian: sweet
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