[ lee-stes-oh tem-poh; Italian lee-stes-saw tem-paw ]
/ liˈstɛs oʊ ˈtɛm poʊ; Italian liˈstɛs sɔ ˈtɛm pɔ /
(of a musical passage or section following a change in time signature) at the same tempo as before.
Who Invented The Crossword?Arthur Wynne is usually credited with inventing the crossword. His first puzzle, called a word-cross, was published in December 1913 in the New York World. But there may have been other predecessors to the crossword: in England in the 19th century and an Italian version called per passare il tempo, which means “to pass the time.” Word crosses eventually became known as crosswords, and their creators …
Origin of l'istesso tempo
Definition for l'istesso tempo (2 of 2)
istesso tempo, l'
[ li-stes-oh tem-poh; Italian lee-stes-saw tem-paw ]
/ lɪˈstɛs oʊ ˈtɛm poʊ; Italian liˈstɛs sɔ ˈtɛm pɔ /
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