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giusto

/ (ˈdʒuːstəʊ) music /
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adverb
(of a tempo marking)
  1. to be observed strictly
  2. to be observed appropriatelyallegro giusto
adjective
(of a tempo)
  1. exact; strict
  2. suitable
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Word Origin for giusto

Italian: just, proper
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