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tempo

noun
 
 
/ˈtempəʊ/
SPEED [U, no plural] the speed at which an activity happens
hız, tempo
The tempo of the game increased in the second half.Speed of motion
MUSIC [C, U] formal the speed of a piece of music
(müzik) tempo
Technical music terms
Translations of “tempo”
in Spanish tempo…
in French tempo…
in German das Tempo…
in Chinese (Traditional) (事情發展的)節奏, 步調, (音樂的)速度,節奏…
in Russian темп…
in Chinese (Simplified) (事情发展的)节奏, 步调, (音乐的)速度,节奏…
in Polish tempo…
(Definition of tempo from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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