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recitativo

[ res-i-tuh-tee-voh; Italian re-chee-tah-tee-vaw ]
/ 藢r蓻s 瑟 t蓹藞ti vo蕣; Italian 藢r蓻 t蕛i t蓱藞ti v蓴 /
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noun, plural rec路i路ta路ti路vos, rec路i路ta路ti路vi [res-i-tuh-tee-vee; Italian re-chee-tah-tee-vee], /藢r蓻s 瑟 t蓹藞ti vi; Italian 藢r蓻 t蕛i t蓱藞ti vi/, Music.
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Origin of recitativo

Borrowed into English from Italian around 1610鈥20
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