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presto

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[ˈprɛstəʊ], (Adverb)

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- (especially as a direction) in a quick tempo
(e.g: piano playing isn't an athletic activity unless you're playing presto non-stop)


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Italian, ‘quick, quickly’, from late Latin praestus ‘ready’, from Latin praesto ‘at hand’


[ˈprɛstəʊ], (Adjective)

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- performed at a quick tempo
(e.g: the five variations ramp the pace back up and drive toward the presto movement)


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[ˈprɛstəʊ], (Noun)

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- a movement or passage marked to be performed in a quick tempo.


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[ˈprɛstəʊ], (Interjection)

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- a phrase announcing the successful completion of a trick, or suggesting that something has been done so easily that it seems to be magic
(e.g: just one quick squeeze and presto! A stir fry in seconds)


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