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partita

[ pahr-tee-tuh; Italian pahr-tee-tah ]
/ pɑrˈti tə; Italian pɑrˈti tɑ /
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noun, plural par·ti·tas, par·ti·te [pahr-tee-tey; Italian pahr-tee-te]. /pɑrˈti teɪ; Italian pɑrˈti tɛ/. Music.

an instrumental suite common chiefly in the 18th century.
a set of variations.

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Origin of partita

1875–80; <Italian, feminine of partito divided. See party
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British Dictionary definitions for partita

partita
/ (pɑːˈtiːtə) /

noun plural -te (-teɪ) or -tas

music a type of suite

Word Origin for partita

Italian: divided (piece), from Latin partīre to divide
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