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veloce

[ Italian ve-law-che ]
/ Italian vɛˈlɔ tʃɛ /
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adjective
played at a fast tempo (used as a musical direction).
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Origin of veloce

1815–25; <Italian <Latin vēlōcem, accusative of vēlōx quick
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British Dictionary definitions for veloce

veloce
/ (vɪˈləʊtʃɪ) /

adjective, adverb
music to be played rapidly

Word Origin for veloce

from Italian, from Latin vēlōx quick
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